If your immigration application from within the UK or overseas has been refused, this does not mean, end of the process. In decision letter, you will be notified, whether right of appeal have been granted or not. If you were granted right of appeal, we can assist you to successfully challenge the decision. The strength of your appeal will depend on the circumstances of your case. An erroneous decision can be reversed within a matter of days.
After refusal, normally you will be provided with 14 working days (within the UK) or 28 days (outside the UK) to submit your appeal. We strongly recommend you to go for a review of the decision at the earliest opportunity to ensure any appeal is made within time.
The appeal process will start by submitting notice of appeal to the Tribunal within the required time frame. We will ensure your that the matter is properly prepared with the thorough witness statements. One should keep in mind that the rules in relation to appeals can be complex. Therefore, it is very important that you should obtain a professional advice urgently if you have received a refusal in order to protect your appeal rights.
Our immigration solicitors have lots of experience advising and assisting people on this matter and can assist you with making a notice of appeal throughout to the appeal hearing itself. We work closely with legal experts and barristers across the UK for an increased chance of success. We will discuss with you the strengths and weaknesses of your case in readiness for your appeal. We will look to counter each point raised in the decision letter with careful precision and informed knowledge of the law.