What do I need to know about First-tier Tribunal Hearing in Ardsley?
After your application is received, a ‘notice of hearing’ will be sent to you detailing the date and venue of your tribunal.
Typically, the tribunal will not take place at a court of law and will instead be conducted through a video-link.
The Home Office will send a document to the tribunal detailing the reasons why you should not be granted bail, known as a ‘Bail Summary’.
In the bail hearing things such as financial conditions, community and family ties, release accommodation arrangements and immigration history will all be taken into account. The tribunal will also consider the likelihood of the applicant absconding.
It is important to note that if a detainee was refused bail in the past 28 days, they will not be entitled to another hearing unless there is a significant change in their situation.
How can IAS help with my family visit visa application?
Our team of highly-qualified lawyers can assist you with your application for a Family Visit Visa. One of our lawyers in Ardsley will work with you to assess your eligibility and complete your Family Visit Visa application to the highest standard.
Your lawyer in Ardsley will also perform a full document check and prepare a Letter of Representation to support your application. This letter will detail your case and its merits and reference any relevant UK immigration laws in support of your application. Contact us using our online enquiry form or by calling 0333 363 8577 to arrange your first meeting with an immigration lawyer today.
Here at IAS in Ardsley, we can assist with all claims for asylum and humanitarian protection in the UK including help completing an asylum application, visits for detainees and representation for appeals and reviews in the event of an asylum refusal. One of our highly-qualified lawyers in Ardsley will guide you through the process of claiming asylum.
We will review your asylum refusal and check your eligibility for asylum. You are guaranteed our support throughout your review and application process. Our services include:
- checking your documents to ensure that they are sufficient for your application;
- preparing a Letter of Representation to accompany your application. This letter outlines the details of your case and gives reasons for which your application ought to be accepted by the Home Office;
- liaising with the Home Office during your application process;
- completing each part of your application form to a professional standard.
Get in touch today on 0333 363 8577 or use our online enquiry form to get access to a specialist asylum lawyer who can guide you through the process of reviewing asylum refusal in the UK.
As the Family Visit Visa is part of the Standard Visitor Visa route, you will need to provide evidence of your reason for travelling and where you will be staying. You will also need to show that you can afford to travel to and from the UK.
Visitor Visas also require clear evidence that you will return to your home country after your visa has expired. You will need to provide documents that show you have commitments back home that you must return to.
The Family Visit Visa will also require evidence of your family relationship before you can enter the country.