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Deportation Appeal To First Tier Tribunal

Deportation Appeal To First Tier Tribunal

Deportation Appeal To The First Tier Tribunal (FTT) A person who has been served with a notice of deportation and whose human rights or protection claim has been refused may appeal to the First Tier Tribunal. Foreign criminals excluded from automatic deportation under the UK Borders Act 2007 under section 33 are considered for deportation […]

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Immigration Judicial Review (JR)

Immigration Judicial Review (JR) [Challenge Home Office Decision Letters By Judicial Review) You can challenge an immigration decision by way of Judicial Review (JR) where you have not been given an appeal right to challenge the refusal decision. Judicial Review (JR) in immigration cases is a process whereby an unlawful immigration decision of the Home Office UKVI or an

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Administrative Review (AR) Of Home Office, UKVI Refusal Decision

Administrative Review (AR)

Administrative Review (AR) Of Home Office, UKVI Refusal Decision An Administrative Review (AR) is a review or reconsideration of your immigration application following refusal of the same by the Home Office UKVI. Refusal of certain immigration applications known as eligible decisions can only be challenged by way of Administrative Review (AR). If you think that the Home Office, UKVI has made

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