Immigration Appeals & Judicial Review Applications
Judicial Review & Immigration Appeals
It can be very worrying and stressful dealing with a refusal of your immigration application. It is vital to understand the UK Immigration Appeals procedure and the Judicial Review process in order to successfully challenge the Home Office decision.
This is an extremely complex area of law and we can give you the best possible representations to the Immigration Tribunal to fight your case on your behalf.
An immigration judicial review is a procedure by which a court can review an administrative action by a public body and secure a declaration, order, or award on a previously refused immigration decision.
Being granted permission to a judicial review is the first step to getting a decision overturned.
To successfully challenge the Home Office’s decision you need to prove that:
The UKVI is legally obligated to act and/or make a decision in a particular manner and has failed to do so by making a decision which is unfair, illegal, irrational or procedurally wrong.
We have a consistent record of success and positive client feedback and we have successfully argued and won many appeals and have vast experience dealing with the first tier and upper tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Time Limits for Judicial Review
Claims for Judicial Review must be commenced promptly and within three months of the date of the Home Office decision.
We can assist with the following;
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