Entry clearance is a procedure which is used by the Entry Clearance Officers at British missions overseas to check if a person qualifies under the immigration rules to entry in the UK. The citizens of EU and EEA are exempted from applying for entry clearance. If any of the applicants have failed in obtaining entry clearance, the applicants may be given the right of appeal on the decision made by the Immigration Officer. The applicants may apply for appeal on different grounds and are advised for appeal against the entry clearance officer’s decision within 28 days of the date of receipt of the refusal letter. The applicants can either appeal to the UK overseas mission within their home country that made the decision or to the Immigration and Asylum Chambers in the UK.
If you wish to apply for UK entry clearance appeal and need professional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Kaizen Law Solicitors at 01204 867 556.
UK Visa and Immigration deals with all in country applications for leave to remain in the UK. Should they refuse the application, most of the applicants are given right of appeal unless they make the application after being overstayed or still have leave remaining at the date of refusal (such applicants can make an application for Judicial Review if they believe that the decision was incorrect or unfair). The decision can be challenged by submitting an appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Chambers. UK Border Agency will inform the applicants about their decision why they have been refused by a written notice of decision. The normal duration of appeal is 12 working days from the date on the notice of decision or 10 working days from the date of receipt of the decision.
If you wish to apply for non Asylum appeal and need professional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Kaizen Law Solicitors at 01204 867 556.
Most of the applicants whose initial applications have been refused have the right to appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Chambers. The applicants will have a chance to provide additional evidence that can strengthen their case. The 1st Tier Tribunal Immigration Judge who is independent from the UKVI will hear the asylum appeal and decide in favour of the party that is right. Should the 1st appeal be unsuccessful, the applicants can make an application to the Upper Tribunal on an error of law or facts finding on part of the 1st tier Tribunal Immigration Judge. There are further appeal rights that go up to the court of Appeal.
If you wish to apply for UK visa appeal to Immigration and Asylum Chambers and need professional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Kaizen Law Solicitors at 01204 867 556.
Judicial Review may be used where there is no right of appeal or where all venues of appeal have been exhausted. The applicant whose application is refused by the Home Office and is not granted the right of appeal will have the opportunity to apply for Judicial Review in the High Court. Before the procedure of review starts, the pre-action protocol application is sent to UKBA to review their decision in 14 days and if they do not change their decision then an application for Judicial Review can be filed.
If you wish to apply for UK Judicial Review and need professional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Kaizen Law Solicitors at 01204 867 556.