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Making a UK immigration appeal can be stressful, IAS can manage your appeal and represent you in hearings/tribunals.
Applications to UK Visas and Immigration are often very difficult and sometimes have a high rejection rate. This could be a result of insufficient evidence or due to incorrect information being included on your application forms.
If you have received a visa refusal notice you will need to act quickly if you intend to submit a UK immigration appeal. The refusal letter will inform you if you are eligible to apply for an appeal. It will also advise you of how long you have to submit your UK immigration appeal. Our Appeal Package gives you access to our lawyers’ vast legal knowledge and experience. This will give your immigration appeal the best chance of success.
Our UK Visa Appeal Package provides a comprehensive service. We will take full responsibility for your immigration appeal and manage the entire process for you.
Our Appeal Package includes:
From receiving your refusal decision, you will have 28 days to appeal if you are outside of the UK.
From then, the process will depend on whether your case will involve a hearing as you will need to wait for an available date.
More on the visa appeal process.
We at IAS know that appeal submissions are time-sensitive. Once we have arranged your initial appointment, we will begin work on your appeal straight away.
This means that any documentation requested by your lawyer needs to be provided as soon as possible. This is to ensure that your evidence bundle is prepared in good time before your case is reviewed.
It is likely that your case will be taken to court and tribunal. You are able to request being in attendance via video link but the court will expect a reason for this.
A court hearing is nothing to be afraid of. It is a chance for you to explain yourself and clarify your position as a UK Visa applicant.
With IAS, you will have full representation in court and our lawyers will use their years of experience to ensure they provide high-quality and professional representation with the intention of getting you the result you are looking for.
As with visa applications, you are able to submit a UK Visa appeal with no legal representation.
However, with appeals, you will need to demonstrate a strong case to the court to convince them to overturn your decision. Using the lawyers at IAS will mean your case is taken care of by a legal professional with experience of having UK immigration appeals granted. This will give you the best possible chance of success.
Some visa decisions cannot be appealed. If this is the case with your decision, you may still have options.
By instructing us, our lawyers can look at your case and assess your options for the future. This could include an Administrative Review, a fresh application or any other methods your lawyer may identify.
Contact us immediately on +1844 290 6312 if you need advice or assistance with a UK Visa refusal.
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