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If you have made an application to the Home Office and it has been refused, you might be able to appeal that decision.
Whilst it is not possible to appeal against every refusal, it may be possible to seek an Administrative or Judicial Review of that decision. Judicial Review is the procedure by which you can seek to challenge the decision, action or failure to act of a public body exercising a public law function.
Appeals and reviews of decisions made by the Home Office can be complex and seeking the advice and assistance of an immigration specialist and advocate is highly recommended.
Call us on 0333 363 8577 for more information.
Our Appeal Package provides a comprehensive service in which we would undertake and manage the entire process for you.
In our Appeal Package, one of our lawyers will:
A Judicial Review is the name given to a court proceeding, in which a judge agrees to review the validity of your entry clearance decision.
Judicial Reviews are therefore a type of appeal, but they differ to other appeals in that they question and challenge how the final decision has been reached rather than if the decision itself is right or wrong.
Comprehensive immigration advice tailored to your circumstances and goals
Designed to make your visa application as successful, smooth and stress-free as possible
Premium application service that ensures your visa application is submitted to meet your deadline
Ensure you have the greatest chance of a successful appeal. We will represent you in any hearings/tribunals
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