As a result of the Immigration Act 2014, the Home Office has significantly reduced the Asylum appeal rights against refusals of immigration applications. Unless certified as a national security case under section 97 and 97A (when the right to appeal is to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission), appeals are made in the first instance to the First-tier Tribunal which can allow the appeal or dismiss it.
If you are appealing from inside the UK, the appeal should be filed within 14 days after the receipt of notice of the decision and if you are appealing from outside the UK, the appeal should be filed within 28 days after the date of the receipt of the notice of the decision. In certain cases, an applicant who made an in-country application may be granted the country right of appeal which the appellant should file with the First Tier Tribunal within 28 days after leaving the UK.
Entry Clearance Appeal Matter
We deal with the following Asylum appeal for Entry Clearance matters:
Entry Clearance application against the Home Office refusal for spouse visa
Entry Clearance application against the Home Office refusal for the parent of a child
Entry Clearance application against the Home Office refusal of adult dependant relative visa
Entry Clearance application against the Home Office refusal of the family permit
In Country appeal to First Tier Tribunal
Appeal against refusal of leave to remain as spouse of a British Citizen or Settled Person
Appeal against refusal of leave to remain as Parent of a child
Appeal against refusal of SET (LR) 10 years long residence application
Appeal against FLR(LR) 10 years long residence application
Appeal against refusal of 20 years long residence application
Appeal against refusal of Private Life Application (FLR) (FP) Application
Appeal against refusal of Leave to remain as an Elderly dependent Parent or relative
Appeal Against refusal of Residence Card Application
Appeal against refusal of retained right of Residence Application
Appeal against refusal o Permanent Residence (PR) Application
Appeal against refusal of fresh Asylum or Human Rights Claim
Appeal against an Exclusion Order /Deportation Order made Against an EEA National or A
A family member of an EEA national
Appeal against Deportation of Non-EEA nationals
Appeal against refusal of application as a Stateless Person or as Family Member of Stateless Person
We promise to hire the best barristers from the top immigration chambers of the country so that the quality of the Asylum appeal work is not compromised, and applicant gets best representation at vulnerable stage of the case.
Please contact our immigration expert for best advice.
An Administrative Review (AR) is a review or reconsideration of your immigration application following refusal of the same by the Home Office UKVI. This review will be done by a different UKVI official, but using the same documents and facts sent with your original immigration application unless the refusal of the application was under the EU Settlement Scheme in which case you can send new or fresh evidence to be considered by the Home Office UKVI in Administrative Review.
If decision to refuse immigration application is maintained following an Administrative Review (AR), you then have the legal remedy to challenge the immigration decision further by way of Pre-Action Protocol (PAP) for Judicial Review (JR) against Home Office UKV1 and Judicial Review (JR) in the Upper Tribunal (UT.