Rejection of your entry clearance visa or extention application can bring a lot of stress and turmoil but don’t worry our legal experts will have the solution for your refusal. Your application may be for asylum, visit visa, human rights or bail but if it has been refused by the Home Office and you have a right of appeal, we will appeal the decision of refusal. We will prepare grounds of appeal, prepare the whole case and then represent you in the court/tribunal on the day of hearing. We aim to achieve a high success rate in the appeals. We will give you a dedicated caseworker who will put every effort, knowledge, experience together to get it right for you.
The First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) is an independent Tribunal dealing with appeals against decisions made by the Home Secretary and his officials in immigration, asylum and nationality matters.
The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (UTIAC) is a superior court of record dealing with appeals against decisions made by the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber). We can represent your case in both the tribunals in any location in the UK.
If your application for entry clearance from overseas or further leave to remain in the UK has been rejected by the Home Office. You may be eligible to apply for administrative review. We have a very high rate of success in doing Administrative Review. The reason for our great success is that we prepare the case in very detail and in a presentable manner that the Home Office caseworker/ECO understand the purpose of application and allows it. We have hundreds of successful examples.
In some cases the Home Office refusal decision will not give you a statutory right of appeal. Then your option is to Judicial Review. This is an application to the High Court (in some cases the Upper Tribunal) that can be made to challenge the decisions made by public authorities, including the immigration authorities. The changes in the Immigration Act removed statutory right of appeals in many categories.
Judicial Review can only be used where both of the following conditions are met:-
There is no other available way of challenging the decision (for example, where there is no right of appeal) and There are grounds for challenging the decision as unlawful in a sense recognised by the Judicial Review principles. Our expert lawyers are highly experienced in dealing with complex cases and our expertise warrants very high success rate of resolving your matters.