Yes. If you are a foreign candidate with a non-UK degree (either in law or other discipline), and whether you are a foreign qualified lawyer or not, you may still be eligible to qualify as a solicitor through the SQE. You will need to show that your non-UK qualification is equivalent to either a UK degree or equivalent UK qualification through a UK ENIC Statement of Comparability.
If you are not a qualified lawyer overseas, you will need to fulfill the two-year period of qualifying work experience like other domestic candidates. Foreign qualified lawyers are exempt from the qualifying work experience.