Elements of the appeal process vary in their difficulty and complexity owing to the different types of appeal stages. Generally, appeals against negative decisions of the immigration authorities are conducted at the Immigration and Asylum Chamber which includes a First-tier Tribunal and an Upper Tribunal.
The role of the First-tier Tribunal is to hear and decide appeals against decisions made by the UK Border Agency in the UK or the Entry Clearance Officer at diplomatic posts abroad who can issue visas.
The appeals system provides a means of testing whether a negative decision has violated rights thereby rendering the decision unlawful. Our experience shows us that appeals often arise because of erroneous decisions made by the immigration authorities and the judiciary. Our team of UK Immigration solicitors are regularly involved in challenging decisions made by the immigration authorities by way of appeal to the First-tier Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal and by way of Judicial Review proceedings in the High Court.
We can assist you through this quite stressful process, our solicitors can handle everything in accordance to your given instruction.
Our team of UK immigration solicitors is regularly involved in challenging decisions made by the immigration authorities.