Immigration Appeals Against Refusal Decisions Of Home Office UKVI
You can challenge the refusal decision by way of an immigration appeal if your immigration application has been refused by the Home Office UKVI. Our expert team of immigration appeals solicitors can help you challenge the refusal decision of the Home Office UKVI by representing you in your immigration appeal.
APPEALS TO THE FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL (FTT)
Under section 82 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 a person may appeal to the Tribunal where a decision has been made to either:
- Refuse a protection claim
- Refuse a human rights claim
- Revoke protection status
If you are appealing from inside the UK, the appeal should be filed within 14 days after the receipt of notice of decision and if you are appealing from outside the UK, the appeal should be filed within 28 days after the date of the receipt of the notice of decision. In certain cases, an applicant who made an in-country application may be granted out of country right of appeal which the appellant should file with the First Tier Tribunal within 28 days after leaving the UK.
Following are the various appeals which can be filed with the First Tier Tribunal against decisions of the Home Office, UKVI:
- Entry Clearance Appeals
- Immigration Appeal Against Refusal Of In-Country Applications
- Appeal To First Tier Tribunal After Leaving The UK