We have proven expertise in appeals and are have a strong grasp of current case law that can be argued in your favour.
We have dealt with many UKBA and Entry Clearance refusals from all over the world and maintain a high success rate for winning appeals. Immigration Judges have often commented positively on the scrupulous way in which our paperwork has been prepared. We are committed to working in partnership with our clients and delivering the highest standard of service one can expect.
In the event the UKBA or British High Commission/Embassy refuse your application they will send you their reasons for doing so and advise you whether the refusal carries a right of appeal
There are strict time limits for submitting an appeal. You will receive the notice of decision by post two days after the decision is made.
If you are outside the United Kingdom then your appeal form must reach the Tribunal within 28 calendar days from the day you received the notice of decision.
Many Immigration and Asylum appeals now require a fee to be paid before they can be determined by the Tribunal.
If your appeal does not reach the Tribunal by the required date you must explain why your appeal is out of time. The reasons will then be assessed to decide whether there are special circumstances that allow your appeal to proceed.
If you have been refused and contact our office we would request a meeting to discuss the refusal, we may ask you to e-mail or fax us a copy before the meeting.
We would then assess the reasons for refusal and advise on the probability of obtaining reconsideration of the decision, or if appealing, the likely success rate. We will advise on alternatives that may be available such as a fresh application.
Our fees for handling the whole appeal process will be made clear at our meeting before you decide on instructing us.