If you have an application to remain in the UK or enter the UK refused then in many cases there is a right of appeal against this decision to the AIT (the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal).
This is a separate court system where your case can be heard by an immigration judge. This is your chance to get the Home Office’s or Consulate’s negative decision changed and your opportunity to put your point of view forward, it is important that you seek professional representation to make sure that your voice is heard.
We deal with a wide range of appeals this includes appeal 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 students, partners, spouses, work permit holders, fiancés and visitors and we have great experience in dealing with complicated matters and advising you properly.
We can manage appeal cases in all these areas. This includes 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 Solicitors have successfully filed grounds of appeal for several categories including dependent and settlement applications.