In essence the route that is being suggested that you consider is that you claim that in denying the visit visa it is an infringement of the individuals Human Rights. So you have to make a case in law to substantiate the claim and apply under Human Rights.
It is a sledgehammer to cracking a nut approach in my personal opinion. It is highly unlikely to succeed and will drain your funds quickly as it is very likely to be refused and then you would have to appeal to have it heard etc.
I suggest you seek proper legal advice as to the best approach going forward as the options are limited and are not easily resolved.
Human rights law can have implications at national, European and international levels. Human rights can impact any number of other legal areas where an individuals human rights could be seen to have been breached.
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