Our Work | Challenging Home Office Decisions
Having an immigration application refused can be a difficult experience.
If your application has been refused, we will advise you on whether or not you have a right of appeal, and whether this is the best option to pursue. Sometimes, a new application may be more likely to succeed. We can provide strategic advice and help you prepare your evidence and legal arguments as strongly as possible.
In some cases, the Home Office may deny you a right of appeal, or require you to leave the UK before you can appeal. We will give you clear and realistic advice about when and how such denials of a right of appeal can be challenged.
Not all refusals attract a right of appeal. In some cases the first step in challenging a refusal is an administrative review. This is where the Home Office reviews its own decision to see whether a mistake was made.
We also specialise in a procedure called ‘Judicial Review’. This can be used where there is no appeal or other legal remedy. It can sometimes be used for challenging other types of Home Office decisions, such as refusals of citizenship and , denial of access to public funds, and long delays in deciding applications. This is generally through a procedure called ‘Judicial Review’.
We have also played a leading role and have particular expertise in seeking legal costs from the Home Office where a refusal or other decision is legally wrong.
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