Immigration Appeals to First-tier or Upper Tribunal
The Home Office can sometimes deal harshly in dispensing immigration applications. We have seen plenty of cases where applications have been refused even though all the documentary requirements were fulfilled by the applicant.
The immigration law allows applicants the option of making an appeal against the Home Office’s refusal decision. We have seen many examples where an application was refused by the Home Office only to get accepted through the appeal process in the court of law. The UK has a fairly robust and strong legal system and you can trust our experienced lawyers to get a decision in your favor.
If the Home Office refuses your application, they will send you a letter informing you of their decision. This is called your ‘notice of decision’. The notice of decision will also state your appeal rights.
Applicants for some types of visas, such as dependents of settled persons in the UK or British citizens have full rights of appeal if their application is refused. Get in touch with our immigration solicitors to find out more about the appeal process and how we can help.