For some types of visa and immigration application, there are Full Rights of Appeal (FRA) when a visa or immigration application is refused.

Your appeal rights will be stated on your written notice of refusal which will either be issued by an Entry Clearance Officer (from a British Embassy abroad) or from the Secretary of State.

The Immigration and Asylum Chambers hear appeals on asylum, immigration, and nationality matters. The role of the First-tier Tribunal is to hear and decide appeals against decisions made by the UK Border Agency's officers in the UK or at British Embassy’s abroad who can issue visas.

Appeals can be lodged where a British Embassy has refused a person to enter, live or work in the UK, for example refusing a spouse visa, dependant visa or family visit visa. Appeals can also be brought where there is a refusal to grant a person an extension to remain in the UK under the Tier based points system. Appeals to prevent a person from being removed or deported from the UK including human rights appeal are also possible.

Appeals can be complicated and lengthy. It is therefore vital to obtain legal advice and representation at an early stage to help give your appeal the best chance of success. We have many delighted client’s who we have helped represent in appeals . Click here to read our  Our Testimonials

We offer telephone advice or consultations at our London offices so that you receive accurate, helpful advice when you need it most. We charge a fee of just £49.00 for a consultation with an experienced immigration solicitor.



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