You can only appeal to the First-tier Tribunal if you have the legal right to and you will be usually notified of your right to appeal in your decision letter.
An appeal must be lodged within 14 days of the date you were sent the decision if you are based in the UK or 28 days if you have been refused entry clearance and only extended in certain circumstances.
You will initially need to submit your notice of appeal with full grounds and the specified fee. It is, therefore, important to contact us as soon as possible. Our team will review your refusal letter thoroughly and advise you of your options to move forward with your appeal. In most cases, you have the right to appeal if the Home Office has refused your application based on:
Our specialist appeals service includes:
If we believe that your immigration appeal case is likely to be unsuccessful then we
are always honest and transparent and will not hesitate to tell you.
Our doors are always open for you, come at any time and have a cup of tea with us!