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Immigration Appeals

What is an Appeal against an Immigration Decision?

Applicants that have made an application for leave to remain or enter in the UK, may have their application refused and this could result in a right of appeal depending on the application. There are certain applications that have a right of appeal however many applications can only have an Administrative Review or out of country appeal. For applicants who do not have a right of appeal there may be recourse to a Judicial Review. Contact Asons to discuss your matter in further detail.


How can I make an Appeal if my Immigration Application is refused?

It may be possible to make an appeal to a First-tier Tribunal or the Upper Tribunal at the Immigration and Asylum Chamber if the Home Office has refused your immigration application. First-tier Tribunals hear cases and make decisions whether the decision by the Home Office/SSHD was correct and in line with immigration rules, policies and case law. If the decision is upheld by the judge in the First-tier Tribunal then decisions that have been made by a First-tier Tribunal can be further appealed to an Upper-tier Tribunal if the applicant disagrees with them. Our experienced solicitors can represent you and provide insight into the chances of success in your case.


What are my chances of success in an Immigration Appeal?

Our clients are provided with high quality expertise and our practical approach ensures that you have the best chance of a positive decision. We use barristers who are experts in immigration appeals and have had a high level of success, and this allows our clients to be able to put their case forward in the best way possible. We assist our clients at every stage of the appeal process and act in your best interest at all times. The success of your case will depend on the evidence that is put forward and quality advocacy for which we are highly recommended and have substantial success.


What is an Administrative Review?

Applicants who have made an application and do not have a right of appeal may have the option for an Administrative Review. Only certain applications have the right of Administrative Review, where a reconsideration of the application is requested from the Home Office within a time limit of 28 days. If the Administrative Review is successful then the decision will be overturned in your favour. If it is unsuccessful then Judicial Review is a relevant remedy.

Call us on 01204 894 866, between 9am and 5pm, and Asons’ immigration department will advise you further.

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