Appeals & Judicial Review
If you have made an application to the UK Border Agency 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 UK Border Agency can be complex and seeking the advice and assistance of an immigration specialist and advocate is highly recommended.
Here at the Immigration Advice Service we offer a service designed to advise and practically assist you with any appeal or review. We can advise as to the merits of your case right through to lodging an appeal and representing you at a hearing.
Our highly qualified immigration advisors and advocates are accredited by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), and have a wealth of experience in successfully arguing points of procedure and law before the First Tier and Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Here at the Immigration Advice Service we can offer:
- Direct access to an immigration lawyer
- Direct access to an experienced advocate
- A detailed assessment of the merits of your appeal or review
- Legal advice & prospects of success confirmed in writing
- Preparing & lodging your appeal or review
- Representation at a hearing before the Immigration & Asylum Tribunal
- Full discretion & client confidentiality
- Expert legal advice at a price you can afford
Please contact us to find out more about the services we can offer you.