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Unfortunately, applications are often rejected by the Home Office. This may be due to insufficient supporting evidence alongside the application, or a simple case of incorrect information being provided on the application form.
Either way, once the Home Office have rejected the application, you need to act fast to ensure the best chances of success with any subsequent appeals. Your refusal letter will state whether you are eligible to make an appeal, as well as advising how long you have to do it.
Our Appeal Package utilises our lawyer’s vast legal knowledge and comprehensive experience to ensure you have the greatest chance of success for a successful appeal. We will also fully represent you in any hearings/tribunals.
Our Appeal Package provides a comprehensive service in which we would undertake and manage the entire process for you.
Our Appeal Package includes:
Due to the time sensitive nature of appeals, once we have arranged an appointment to discuss your application and subsequent appeal, we will begin working on your appeal straight away.
It is essential that any documentation that is requested by your lawyer is provided to them as soon as possible. This is to allow enough time for the bundle (hearing documents) to be prepared.
It is very likely that you will need to attend a court hearing and tribunal. This is not something to be afraid of – it is your chance to explain your case (which we will do on your behalf) and argue why your application should be accepted.
As explained above, our lawyers will fully represent you during any court hearings and will use their extensive legal knowledge to ensure we provide you with the best chances of success.
If you have any concerns, please speak to a member of our enquiries team who can assist.
As with applications, you can certainly choose to undertake an appeal yourself.
The difference with appeals is that you will need to provide a strong case to the court to effectively convince them to allow your application to be granted. In these cases, we strongly recommend the use of a professional firm to ensure you have the greatest chance of successfully appealing.
If you haven’t been given the chance to appeal, do not worry – there may still be options available to you.
Contact us immediately if you have any concerns or would like advice on how to proceed.
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