If you are outside the UK and your application for entry clearance (UK visa) is refused by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) and you have been given appeal rights, then you can appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal within 28 days of the receipt of the notice of refusal from the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO). This is usually known as an entry clearance appeal.
For applications that are made in country (within the UK) applicants can file appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal against the refusal of such application within 14 days after the date the refusal letter was received by the applicant.
At The SmartMove2UK, our UK Immigration experts deal with a wide range of appeals that include appeals against refusal of entry clearance, leave to enter, leave to remain and the curtailment of leave.
The areas of work that we deal with include visas for students, partners, spouses, work permit holders, fiancés and visitors. We have great experience in dealing with complicated matters and advising clients accurately.
Our UK Immigration experts can manage UK visa refusal appeal cases in all areas including immigration appeals against a refusal of:
- entry clearance
- leave to enter
- leave to remain
The appeal process has two parts:
- Filing of Grounds of Appeal
- Hearing of the Appeal
Our UK Immigration Solicitors have successfully filed grounds of appeal for several categories including dependent and settlement applications.
At The Smartmove2UK, our UK Qualified Solicitors and UK Immigration experts have helped individuals successfully file appeals against refusals received for their entry clearance applications.
If you would like to ascertain your eligibility to file grounds of appeal against a decision received from the Entry clearance officer, you can contact our UK qualified Solicitors for advice and assistance on +91 98191 27002 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.