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Immigration

Visa Refusal Appeal Legal Services

We understand that it is a very difficult time for you and any one of your dependents if your immigration application to the Home Office has been refused. It is important that you understand the appeal and judicial review process to be able to successfully challenge the Home Office decision at either a hearing in Immigration Tribunals or at the Higher Courts. You will be able to appeal to the tribunal if you have the legal right to appeal - You can find this information in your decision letter from the Home Office.

Our Immigration Solicitors are on-hand to assist you in launching a UK visa appeal if your application has been refused.

How to appeal

You have 28 days to appeal after you receive your decision from the Home Office. If you are required to leave the country before you're allowed to appeal, you will have 28 days to appeal once you have left the country. If you apply after the deadline, you must explain why - the tribunal will decide if it can still hear your appeal.

Immigration Appeals

If your application has been refused by UK Visa's and Immigration, our specialist team of solicitors can help you appeal against the Home Office decision. Our solicitors will carefully talk you through the process, ensuring that you are fully aware of the court procedure and that you are provided with the best legal advice and representation from our team of immigration specialists, ensuring that you succeed on the day of your immigration hearing.

Administrative Review

Administrative review is a process where a Home Office review will review an immigration decision in order to decide whether it is wrong due to a case working error. Only certain decisions are eligible for Administrative Review. If the immigration decision is not an eligible decision, then the appropriate solution will be an Immigration Appeal of Judicial Review rather than an application for Administrative Review. Our solicitors can provide you with expert advice as to what will be required for an Administrative Review and they will provide guidance throughout the process on Immigration Rules, Home Office Policy and Case-Law.

Judicial Review

Sometimes you do not always get the right appeal and you may need to challenge the Home Office Refusal by Judicial Review to the High Court or Upper Tribunal. Our specialist Solicitors will be able to discuss your options and provide the best advice and representation in relation to your case.

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