It is often imperative that specialist legal advice is sought with immigration applications due to the ever-changing policy and legislation. However where this has not been possible, your application might have been refused and you may well have an exercisable right of appeal.
SA Law undertake appeal work before the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal and Higher Courts where necessary. We provide full representation, from advice with regard to prospects of success, to representation and advocacy before the Tribunal.
Application Outside the UK
If you made an application for entry to the UK at the Consulate overseas, depending on the type of application, if you have a right of appeal against a refusal decision, you will have 28 days from the date you received that decision to submit an appeal.
Application Inside the UK
However if your visa application was made in the UK to extend your current exiting leave or switch into a different immigration category, and your application is refused, you will only have 10 days to submit an appeal, which is not much time at all.
Our specialist immigration lawyers will assess the Home Office decision to consider whether an appeal is the best option for you. This may not always be the case however entry clearance officers and Home Office caseworkers do make mistakes and often make decisions that may not be in accordance with the law. In such instances an appeal is a useful remedy and at SA Law we understand the need for strong representation with appeal matters. Our network of experienced immigration Barristers work very closely with us to ensure that your cases are prepared and presented favourably to give you the best possible chance of success.