How we can help you to appeal
Appealing decisions by the UKBA or UK Entry Clearance Officers or applying for Immigration Judicial Review to the High Court are very complex legal exercises that involve a lot of careful preparation and planning.
Visa for England has a number of recommended law firms on its list which have great track record and deep understanding of immigration law and what it takes to win a case in the Tribunal. If you make an appeal, you will usually attend the hearing with an experienced solicitor. The immigration judge, or panel, will decide whether your appeal against the UK Border Agency is successful or not. The tribunal's decision will be given to you in writing.
After an appeal has been lodged you will receive an acknowledgment letter from the immigration authority appealed against, to confirm that the appeal has been lodged. If you are in the UK this acknowledgment is proof of your immigration status and that you can remain in the UK while the appeal is under consideration.
Immigration Appeal - Quotes from Law Firms
Appeals to the Tribunals should be approached with a well designed and clear strategy as they tend to be demanding and focused.
If you would like your appeal to be assessed by an immigration solicitor who is a specialist in the field please contact us for Quotes.