If the Home Office UKVI has rejected your immigration application, you have the right to appeal the decision.
Immigration Appeals Against Home Office UKVI Refusal Decisions
If the Home Office UKVI has rejected your immigration application, you have the right to appeal the decision. By advocating for you in your immigration appeal, our knowledgeable team of immigration appeals solicitors may assist you in contesting the Home Office UKVI’s rejection decision.
First Tier Tribunal (FTT) Appeals
A person may appeal to the Tribunal under section 82 of the Nationality, Immigration, and Asylum Act of 2002 when one of the following decisions has been made:
- Reject a claim for protection
- A human rights suit is rejected
- Revoke the status of protection
If you are appealing from inside the UK, you have 14 days from the day you received the notice of decision to file your appeal. If you are appealing from outside the UK, you have 28 days from the date you received the notice of decision to file your appeal. An applicant who submitted an in-country application may in some circumstances be awarded an outside-the-country right of appeal, in which case the appellant must file a claim with the First Tier Tribunal within 28 days after departing the UK.
The First Tier Tribunal will hear the following types of appeals against decisions made by the Home Office and UKVI:
- Entry Clearance Appeals
- Immigration Appeal Against Refusal Of In-Country Applications
- Appeal To First Tier Tribunal After Leaving The UK
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