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he claim 10n years ago for asylum but he got granted as an excepcional case but no based on his asylum case
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You either have a well founded fear of persecution because you are a member of a particular group (eg. Homosexual, social, political etc) or you don't, this is the determining factor in whether or not you are eligible to claim asylum. You must be able to prove this with documentary evidence. If you can do this (and it is very, very difficult) you would be granted asylum.
The fact that your brother has become settled is not a determining factor in deciding whether you are eligible, apart from the fact that if he was granted asylum on the same basis that you claim then it would demonstrate that asylum from your country was at that point considered possible but this would really not be at all persuasive because each case is judged on it's merits and is therefore separate from others.
It may help to explain why you have chosen the UK as the country where you wish to claim asylum because of the support your brother can offer you but the important factor is the one explained in my first paragraph.
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My case is something totally diferent, in fact a choose the uk because as you said i feel more secure if my brother is here, but some people said that having someone who can sposor me it will be hepfull and other people said that it will be better not to mention that my brother is in this country. i am just worry about. because i can not to go back
In general it would be better to disclose it because there will be concerned questions asked by the UKBA if you don't which could put them on an adversarial footing.
If your brother is able to support/accomodate you it would be helpful but not persuasive.
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No, better to say that he is but this does not necessarily mean you will be granted asylum
It depends on the nature of the question - what is it?Tom
If you do not have leave to remain in any country then you will be returned to your home country if you are unsucessful in your asylum claim.
You're welcome. The best thing you can do is instruct a solicitor to act in your asylum claim if you can afford it.
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