If you are currently not living in the UK and the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) has refused to grant your entry clearance application, you are eligible to file an application before the First Tier Tribunal. The entry clearance application should be submitted within 28 days of refusal.
If you are staying in the UK and the Home Office has refused to pass your entry clearance application, you can file an application against the refusal before the First Tier Tribunal within 14 days of the refusal. If the First Tier Tribunal refuses to grant your application, you can move to the Upper Tribunal with an application to appeal to the Upper Tribunal. Likewise, if the Upper Tribunal dismisses your application, you can appeal to the Upper Tribunal for permission to allow you to file an application of Court of Appeal.
Whether you are residing inside or outside the United Kingdom, the refusal of your entry clearance application can be challenged for Administrative Review keeping the way of the request in mind.
Administrative Review (Against the Home Office)
It is considered as a process, where you can request an administrative review if the Home Office has refused to grant your entry clearance application. However, the option of the review will only be available to the applicant when his/her applications under Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 have been refused. The application for Administrative Review should be made within 14 days of the refusal of entry clearance appeal.
Entry Clearance Appeal-Admin Review Against the Refusal of PBS Application from Inside the UK
If the authorized department has taken the eligible decision under the influence of Appendix AR of the Immigration Rules, the option of administrative review can be applied. In the case of some specific applications, the Home Office has eliminated the right to appeal against the refusal with the accordance of Immigration Act 2014. The administrative review will make it clear if the eligible decision was wrong.
In-Country Immigration Appeal (Against the Refusal of an Application by the Home Office)
An applicant is eligible to challenge the Home Office’s decision of dismissing his/her application to reside in the United Kingdom at the First Tier Tribunal if he/she is enjoying the right to appeal against Home Office’s refusal. The appeal against the refusal should be made within 14 days of refusal.
If the applicant is enjoying the right to appeal, he/she may opt for Judicial Review in Upper Tribunal. However, the applicant can submit a fresh application before the Home Office.
Here at Sindhu Immigration Services, our immigration solicitors can help you in the process of submitting an application successfully. Our experienced lawyers will take care of all the tasks until the Immigration Judge at First Tier Tribunal does not take any decision on your case.
Appeal against Notice of Deportation
If you have received the notice of deportation, you have the right to appeal against it within five working days. The application should be submitted to the First Tier Tribunal, where the Judge will decide whether to deport you or not.
The Immigration Rules of the United Kingdom suggest that authorities cannot issue deportation order if the order violates UK’s obligations under the Refugee Convention or the Human Rights Convention. The notice of deportation can be challenged under the circumstances of:
- If the candidate has a child below 18, who is currently residing in the UK
- The child owns British citizenship
- The child has been in the country for past 7 years
- The candidate enjoys a legal relationship with a partner, who is a British Citizen
- The candidate has been residing in the UK for more than 15 years with valid leave
Application to 1st Tier Tribunal for Permission to Appeal to Upper Tribunal
A person can file an application to the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) to grant permission to submit an application to the Upper Tribunal if the Immigration Judge has refused an application submitted to the First-Tier Tribunal.
The candidate should file the application for permission within 14 days of refusal if he/she is currently living in the UK, while it should be made within 28 days if the applicant is currently living outside the UK.
Immigration solicitors at the Sindhu Immigration Services can represent your case to grant permission to appeal to the Tribunal. In addition, if the immigration judge dismisses your plea, we will help you to do all follow-up works until the Senior Immigration Judge does not take any decision.
Application to Upper Tribunal for Permission to Appeal to Upper Tribunal
In order to challenge the refusal of the application made by an Immigration Judge at First-Tier Tribunal, an applicant can file an application to grant permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if the First-Tier Tribunal has refused the application earlier.
Appeal to the Upper Tribunal Following Grant of Permission to Appeal
Once the applicant has applied for permission to file an application in the Upper Tribunal successfully and the permission to appeal has been granted by the First Tier or Upper Tribunal, the Judge at the Upper Tribunal will decide whether there was any material error of law or not.
The Upper Tribunal comes with the right to re-look at the appeal and decide if there is any need to make new decisions in the case. However, in some cases, the Judge at the Upper Tribunal returns the appeal to the First Tier Tribunal.
Appeal to the Court of Appeal
If you have successfully applied for the permission to submit your application to the Court of Appeal and your permission has been granted by the Courte of Appeal or Upper Tribunal, the fate of your appeal will then be determined by the Judge at the Court of Appeal in accordance with law.
The Court of Appeal enjoys the right to decide whether to maintain the same or to take a new decision in the case. However, the Court of Appeal often sends the case back to the First Tier Tribunal after ensuring some material error of law in the previous hearing.
Why Should You Come to Sindhu Immigration Services for All Above-Mentioned Issues?
Here at the Sindhu Immigration, our immigration solicitors know how to make your appeal successful with right procedures and our works include:
- Our professional lawyers will take your case seriously and no matter what kind of permission you are seeking, they will do everything for a positive outcome
- They will make you understand the chances of success if your permission has been granted
- Immigration lawyers at Sindhu Immigration Services will make you understand about relevant laws, requirements and procedures
- They will give value to the material of your documents and point out the strengths and weakness of your case
- If your case has been listed for hearing, our lawyers will represent you in courts or offices
- We are a reputed agency providing immigration solutions. We know how to work with the UK’s immigration officials professionally and convincingly. Our solicitors do the best while representing your case in accordance with the UK’s Immigration Law.
What do we charge for All the Above-Mentioned Services?
Our charges for applications related to Immigration Appeals and Administrative Review are:
- From £300 for Administrative Review
- From £500 for Entry Clearance Appeal
- From £1000 for In-Country Appeal
- From £1000 for Deportation Appeal
- From £1200 for Application to First Tier Tribunal for Permission to Appeal to Upper Tribunal
- From £1200 for Application to Upper Tribunal for Permission to Appeal to Upper Tribunal
- From £1200 for Appeal to the Upper Tribunal Following Grant of Permission to Appeal, and
- From £1500 for Appeal to the Court of Appeal
The charges you have agreed to pay us will depend on the requirements of your case and the case works associated with it. Our charges will cover all the works until the Immigration Judges or the concerned department does not take any decision in your case.
If you do not want to pay the entire fees at the beginning, you can pay them through easy monthly instalments. The fee charged by the immigration solicitors at Sindhu Immigration Services will not cover any expense of disbursements. VAT will be included with the charge of all above-mentioned services.