Appeal on refusal of UK visa
If your application for a visa has been denied, it may be possible to appeal. There is not an appeal process in all circumstances – however you may be entitled to an administrative review. Please note this is not a petition for judicial review, these are rarely granted and expensive to pursue.
If an application is denied, you will be sent a refusal letter. Bring this letter to our office and we analyse it together, making it clear whether an appeal is possible and, if choose to appeal, the best course of action.
Once your appeal has been submitted all parties must wait on a notice from the Immigration & Asylum Chamber (IAC). This notice will state the date of any appeal tribunal.
Our success rate with appeals is high. We tailor an appeal to your own specific circumstances, highlight your strengths and act to mitigate any weaknesses.
On your instruction, we can represent you at all levels of the appeals system, including:
- Merits Assessment
- Administrative Review
- Lodge Appeal
- Preparing Appeal
- Advocacy at the IAC (Immigration & Asylum Chamber).