When can you Appeal?
Campaigners can file an appeal to the bench if they’ve been given a legal right to appeal – this is mentioned in the Notice of Refusal admitted by the campaigners.
Appeal rights are normally granted for disallowance of exercises by the British High Commission Post or Home Office in the following genera
Disallowance of Leave to Remain, extend leave and variations ( i.e. Curtailment) of leave in the UK as Fiancée, Consort, Dependent Children, Civil Partner, Unmarried Partner, or as a Dependent.
Disallowance of Entry Clearance under Fiancée visa, Consort visa, Dependent Children visa, Elderly Dependent visa, Adult Dependent visa, Civil Partner visa, Single Partner visa, Family drop-in visaetc.
Decision to Deport someone before in the UK.
Decision to ask person to leave the country from the airfield.
Nonacceptance to allow someone retreat in the UK.
You can appeal against the following judgments from outside the UK
A decision to refuse a Mortal Rights Claim for Entry Clearance.
A Human Rights or protection nonacceptance (where you can only apply after you ’ve left the country)
A decision by the Home Office to deport you as a European Economic Area (EEA) National.
Your play for an EEA family permit as a family member of an EEA National was refused by the Home Office under the EEA Regulations.
Certain judgments about plays submitted before 06 April 2015.
You can appeal against the following judgments from within the UK
Your mortal rights or protection claim has been refused while you ’re in the UK
A decision made under the European Economic Area (EEA) Regulations,e.g. the Home Office has refused to issue you a house document
A decision by the Home Office to deport you (as an EEA National)
A decision where you ’ve been detained and your decision letter was transferred by the Detained Retreat Casework outfit at the Home Office
A decision to remove your UK citizenship
A decision to take out your protection status
Certain determinations about operations submitted before 6 April 2015
UK Visa Appeals – Timelines
Notwithstanding, either you can appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal within 28 days of the record of the notice of nay from the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO), If you’re outside the UK and your operation for entry granting (UK visa) is refused by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) and you have been given appeal rights. This is normally known as an entry granting appeal.
For operations that are made in country (within the UK) contenders can file appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal against the nay of corresponding operation within 14 days after the date the nay letter was entered by the contender.
At The SmartMove2UK, our UK Immigration experts deal with a wide range of pleadings that include pleadings against nay of entry granting, leave to enter, leave to remain and the curtailment of leave.
The areas of work that we deal with include visas for scholars, spouses, partners, work permit holders, fiancés and visitants. We’ve great experience in dealing with complicated matters and advising punters verbatim.
Our UK Immigration experts can manage UK visa rejection appeal cases in all areas including immigration suppliances against a rejection of
leave to enter
leave to remain
The appeal process has two zone
Sheet of Grounds of Appeal
Hearing of the Appeal
Our UK Immigration Solicitors have successfully filed grounds of appeal for several species including dependent and pact uses.
Our UK Immigration experts have knowledge of the UK Immigration rules to file an Appeal / Judicial Review for an entry clearance application for a UK unmarried Partner visa, UK Fiancée visa, UK spouse visa, UK Visit visa, India Tourist visa, Tier 1 Visa, UK Administrative review for Tier 4 Student Visa, Tier 2 General visa, Tier 2 sponsor licence, and PBS Dependent. You can contact our UK qualified Solicitors for advice and assistance on +91 98191 27002 or email us at [email protected]