It is crucial when making an appeal to the Immigration Tribunal that you understand the process clearly and make the appeal correctly and within the right timescales too, and this is where we can help.
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Going through the process of immigration or asylum can be a long and difficult process for you and your family, especially if your application for immigration or asylum has been refused or there is an order to deport you from the UK.
Whatever your situation, we do know that you will extremely stressed and concerned about your future, especially if you are seeking asylum.
We understand how upset and worried you will be about your status in the UK, but at Simon Noble Solicitors we will help you to be clear about where you stand and about your prospects of success should you decide to appeal the decision made in your case.
In What Circumstances Can I Appeal?
You are able to make an appeal to the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and the main types of appeals in these circumstances are:
- If you have been refused asylum in the UK
- If you have been refused entry into the UK
- If you have been refused leave to remain in the UK
- If you are going to be deported from the UK
The appeal will be heard by one Judge, or sometimes more, along with a number of non legal members of the tribunal, who make up the independent tribunal body.
How We Can Help You Make An Appeal?
It is crucial when making an appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal that you understand the process clearly and make the appeal correctly and within the right timescales too, and this is where we can help.
There are certain deadlines to be met when making an appeal and these are different depending on whether you are in the UK and being detained or outside of the UK. Therefore it is extremely important to ensure that these deadline are followed or else you may miss your chance to appeal, unless there are special circumstances.
You may need to pay to make an appeal but you may not and we will be able to tell you very quickly if you need to pay and how much. We will submit your appeal for you and also represent you at the hearing too and the decision will be normally sent out within 10 days.
If you want to appeal the decision made at the First Tier Tribunal you will need to make an application for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal and we can help you to do this.
Whatever the circumstances you find yourself in, you should talk to us as soon as possible to see how we can help you.