If your application to the Home Office (UKVI) has been refused and you are granted an Appeal Right (AR) against that decision, our expert Immigration Solicitors can assist you in preparing and submitting your Appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal or the Upper Tribunal. The time limits for challenging a Home Office decision or a decision by the Tribunal at first instance are very strict. Therefore it is vital that you seek timely advise where you have been granted a right of Appeal. 

Appeals to the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration And Asylum Chambers)

You can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if you have received a Home Office decision which 

  • Refuse your protection claim (also known as ‘asylum claim’ or ‘humanitarian protection’)
  • revoke your protection status
  • refuse your human rights claim
  • deport you or refuse you a residence document under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016
  • revoke your British citizenship
  • deport you, refuse or revoke your status, or vary the length or condition of your stay under the EU Settlement Scheme
  • refuse or revoke your travel permit or family permit under the EU Settlement Scheme

Appeals to the Upper Tribunal

You can appeal a decision a First-Tier Tribunal’s decision following an appeal hearing to the first Tier Tribunal.

If you have received an unfavorable decision after a first -tier Tribunal hearing, our expert immigration solicitors can assist you in Appealing the decision.   

We offer a free 30 minute no obligation consultation. Call us today



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