In an unfortunate event that your immigration application made to the Home Office is refused you may be entitled to appeal against the refusal decision or apply for administrative or judicial review.
Appeal process is usually quite lengthy and rather complicated for someone without an extensive UK immigration law knowledge. It is highly recommended to engage professional advice services before attempting to exercise appeal rights.
Anglia Immigration Law can advise or assist you with your appeal, administrative or judicial review. We have experience from years successfully arguing law or procedure points before the First-Tier and Upper Tribunals.
There have been major changes introduced to immigration and asylum appeals regime recently, including appeals against refusal of human rights claim. There are many people currently in limbo after their human rights claims were refused and they were neither given right to appeal, nor a removal decision which would then have attracted a right of appeal. Under the new regime, if a person’s human rights claim is refused they should be given right to appeal which means an opportunity for their case to be heard by an independent immigration judge.
Appeal rights for Points Based System (PBS) migrants have been abolished completely. They are although given right to administrative review.
Anglia Immigration Law specialises in immigration law including appeals and can guide through the recent legislation changes to give you peace of mind. Please contact us for a consultation or immediate assistance with your appeal against any adverse immigration decision.