Judicial Review

If you do not qualify/need Judicial Review we can help you with our Appeal Package

If you have been refused a UK visa you may be able to make an appeal to the Home Office.

While not every decision can be appealed, it may be possible to seek an Administrative or Judicial Review of your negative decision. Judicial Review is the procedure to challenge the decision, action or failure to act of a public body exercising a public law function.

Immigration appeals and reviews of Home Office decisions can be a complex process to submit. Getting advice from an experienced lawyer is highly recommended before you continue.

FAQs

What is the appeal process?

Our Appeal Package is a comprehensive service which would allow us to manage your application and support you through each stage.

Our Appeal Package will ensure that your lawyer:

  • Takes detailed instructions about your circumstances;
  • Discusses the appeal requirements and the merits of your appeal in relation to the UK Immigration Rules;
  • Completes all required immigration appeal forms to the highest standard;
  • Produces an in-depth evidence portfolio. This will outline the details of your case in chronological order and why it should be accepted;
  • Provides you with expert representation if your case is taken before a tribunal.
  • Maintains contact with the appellate authorities for the duration of your appeal.

More on the visa appeal process

What is a Judicial Review?

If you have been refused a UK visa, a Judicial Review is the name given to a court proceeding undertaken to review your Entry Clearance decision.

Judicial Reviews are a type of immigration appeal. They differ from other appeals as they challenge how the final decision has been reached rather than if the decision itself is right or wrong.

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Fast Track Package

A premium service which allows your application to take priority position in your lawyer’s workload

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Appeal Package

Full representation through your appeal, including physical representation if your case is heard by a tribunal

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