UK Visa Appeal Service (The Visa Appeals Service of the United Kingdom)

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UK Visa Appeal Service (The Visa Appeals Service of the United Kingdom)

visa appeals service solicitor - The Visa Appeals Service of the United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom, there is a Visa Appeal Service

If the UK Home Office has rejected your application for a visa or immigration status in the United Kingdom, you have the right to appeal the decision and have the decision overturned in your favour.

Tann Law are experts in all forms of UK visa appeals, including spouse and marriage visa appeals, and have successfully handled hundreds of them.

We support our customers with all aspects of UK immigration appeals, including monitoring their cases and advising them on all aspects of rules and processes that may apply to them. Contact our team right at once to have your visa refusal overturned.

What is a Visa Appeals Process?

If the UK Home Office or Government rejects your application for a UK visa or immigration status, you have the right to appeal and a chance to have the decision reversed.

Tann Law are experts in all types of UK visa appeals, from spouse and marriage visa appeals to visitor visa appeals.

We assist our customers with all areas of UK immigration appeals, monitoring and advising them on all aspects of rules and procedures.

How long does it take to appeal a denial of a UK visa?

We intend to complete our job within 28 days, while the UK government will process it in around 12 months. If you want a priority service, please contact us immediately to explore the available options.

Requirements

You may be able to appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if the Home Office has taken any of the following actions:

  • Declined your protection claim (affectionately referred to as an ‘asylum claim’ or ‘humanitarian protection’).
  • Refused to consider your human rights claim
  • Made a decision under the European Economic Area (EEA) Regulations; for example, the Home Office decided to deport you or refused to issue you with a residence document, or decided to revoke your protection status, or decided to strip you of your British citizenship.
  • Additionally, you may be entitled to appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) a Home Office decision made before 6 April 2015.

The tribunal is self-governing. Before reaching a decision, a judge will listen to both sides of the argument.

Tann Law Solicitors provide a comprehensive legal service to clients throughout the United Kingdom. Every day, we receive phone calls from people all throughout the United Kingdom who require legal advice with their UK immigration appeals.

Every aspect of your legal case can be handled over the phone or via email, and we can arrange to meet with you in person if our legal team accepts your case. Fill out the form on our contact page to the best of your ability. We will then analyse your case details and get back to you to explore your options.

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