Administrative Review Applications – Inside the UK

Administrative Review – In-country Since appeal rights have been taken away from most of the immigration categories, the applicants whose entry clearance applications or leave to remain applications or Indefinite leave to remain applications are refused they are given the right of administrative review. This is a procedure where the applicant is given an opportunity […]

Judicial Review Application (on Papers) & Substantive Hearing

Once the JR application is refused by the Upper Tribunal (Asylum and Immigration Chambers) or the High Court, on papers, the applicant may renew the JR application to be reconsidered in an oral hearing. Time to Lodge JR Application The deadline to make this application is 09 Days from the date of the decision of […]

Immigration Detention Bail Applications – First Tier Tribunal

This stage comes once the Chief Immigration Officer refuses to grant temporary admission or Immigration bail for one reason or other and we have a great deal of experience in representing our clients in making Immigration detention bail applications to the first-tier tribunal (Immigration & Asylum Chambers). This is in fact to secure the temporary […]

Bail / Temporary Admissions

Detention and Threat of Removal from the UK, certainly do not sound nice! Fortunately, we can help here as well! We can advise and represent our clients in making an Immigration bail application. This is in fact for the temporary release of a person detained by the immigration authorities for the alleged breach / non-compliance […]

Permission Application to the Court of Appeal

Permission Application to the Court of Appeal If the Upper Tribunal refuses the permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal then another permission application may be made directly to the Court of Appeal. Second Appeals Test There is a second appeals test in place which must be met in making the permission application in […]

Permission to Appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Asylum & Immigration)

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Where the Ld. Immigration Judge refuses the permission application made to the First-Tier Tribunal for an appeal to the Upper Tribunal, the appellant may take this further and make the permission Application to the Upper Tribunal directly. The Ld. Immigration Judge gives a detailed and reasoned decision of the permit application to the First-Tier Tribunal […]

Permission to Appeal to the First Tier Tribunal for Appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Asylum & Immigration)

In an immigration appeal, there may be three courses of action that the Ld. Immigration Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal (Asylum & Immigration Chamber) may take: He may allow the appeal He may dismiss the appeal The matter may be remitted to the Home office for reconsideration, with the consent of both parties If the […]

Appeal to the First Tier Tribunal (Asylum & Immigration)

There are still a few categories of immigration applications that trigger a right of appeal against the notice of refusal by the Home office, which includes but is not limited to Human Rights application, Spouse Visa Application and EEA applications. It is mandatory for the home office to give reasons of refusal along with the […]

Entry Clearance Appeal

If you have submitted an application from outside the country and have been refused, you may be able to appeal the immigration decision if you have reasons to believe there was an error with the immigration decision. Please note that not all entry clearance applications carry a right of appeal to the first-tier tribunal (Asylum […]

Challenging Refusal of Entry Clearance as PBS Dependant of Tier 2 General Migrant

If PBS Dependant Tier 2 General Migrant entry clearance application (visa application) is refused by the ECO entry clearance officer (visa officer) in the overseas British High Commission / British Diplomatic post, the applicant will be given a right of administrative review of the refusal decision to the ECM Entry Clearance Manager that must be […]