Expert UK Immigration Appeals Solicitor Birmingham
If you have had a visa or other application refused or rejected, there may several options open to you. We can advise you of the best course of action and represent you to deal with the next steps in securing your visa or other leave.
The UK immigration process is complex and substantial evidence is needed when you apply for a visa. It is easy to make mistakes and if this happens, your immigration application is likely to be refused or rejected.
At AI Legal, we represent clients whose applications have been denied, including visa applications, entry clearance, leave to remain and asylum claims. We have an in-depth understanding of the visa and immigration processes and can work on your behalf to secure the consent that you need to live, work or study in the UK.
To speak to an expert immigration appeals solicitor in Birmingham, call us on
0121 309 0013, email us at email@example.com or fill in our contact form. Your options if your immigration application or visa application has been refused
Immigration appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) You may be able to appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) in the following circumstances: · Your application for asylum or request for humanitarian protection has been refused or your protection has been revoked · You held British citizenship and this has been revoked · You are entitled to be in the UK on a human rights basis but your application has been denied · You have been refused residence or deported but you believe you have a right to live in the UK under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations or the EU settlement scheme · Your EU settlement scheme travel permit or family permit has been refused or revoked · You are a frontier worker and you have been refused a permit or your permit has been revoked · You planned to visit the UK for health treatment as an S2 healthcare visitor but your visa has been refused or revoked We can advise you as to whether you can make an appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal and prepare and present a robust appeal on your behalf. Immigration appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) If your appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal is not successful, you may be able to appeal to the Upper Tribunal if an error in law was made when your case was decided. We can advise you as to whether you have grounds for asking for an appeal to the Upper Tribunal. You will need the consent of the First-Tier Tribunal to make a further appeal and we can request this, putting forward a strong argument on your behalf. Administrative review of a visa or immigration rejection If you believe that an error was made in the processing of your visa or other application, you may be able to ask for an administrative review. We will let you know if your case is suitable for review and, if it is, prepare the request. UK Visas and Immigration will then look again at your application and consider whether it should have been approved. No new evidence can be sent at this stage and the immigration authorities are only looking for errors in their original dealing with the case. Judicial review of a visa or immigration rejection If the decision in your immigration application was illegal, procedurally unfair or irrational, then you may be entitled to ask for a judicial review. If a judicial review is successful, then your application will be returned to UK Visas and Immigration to be reconsidered. We regularly represent clients in judicial review applications and we can advise you whether it is an option in your case. Resubmission of a visa application UK visa applications are complicated and mistakes are often made by individuals when preparing their own documentation. For example, insufficient evidence may have been included with the application or the form incorrectly filled out. If this has happened to you, you may be able to submit a fresh application. It is advisable to seek legal advice before reapplying, to ensure your application is correct and that all of the necessary evidence is included. Contact our Birmingham immigration appeals solicitor
Securing a UK visa or other consent is not always straightforward and applications are commonly rejected. At AI Legal we can go through your rejected application and advise you of your options and the best course of action.
To speak to an expert immigration appeals solicitor in Birmingham, call us on 0121 309 0013, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our contact form.