Appeals against decisions taken by the United Kingdom Boarder Agency (in country)

If your application lodged here in the UK has been refused by the Home Office and you have been given the right to appeal, we can assist you throughout the entire appeal process, providing the following:

• Evaluation of your appeal

• Method of dealing with the appeal (oral hearing or paper decision)

• The cost of the appeal

• Method of representation [by us or instruction of the Counsel (barristers)]

• Pursuing the appeal at the First Tier Tribunal up to Upper Tribunal.

The range of the appeals against the Home Office decisions is vast and a full list of the appealable decisions can be found under the section titled Home Office under the ‘Services’ tab.

PLEASE NOTE: Changes to the appealable decisions [Please refer to to our section about News and Updates for the new changes and how those changes may affect your statutory rights to appeal.

We are licensed by THE BAR to instruct services of Counsel (barristers). We have established strong partnerships with a number of Chambers in London, Bristol and Birmingham. We have represented clients at IAFT Tribunals in Hatton Cross, Taylor House, Sheldon Court, Newport to name a few.

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Appeals against decisions taken by the Entry Clearance Officers (visa officers) worldwide

If your application was lodged at the offices of the Visa Section, FedEx, Worldbridge, or any other Home Office partners around the world, and a decision has been taken to refuse your application, we can assist you throughout the entire appeal process (please see above). The most common appeals against the Entry Clearance Officer or Visa Section are the following:

  • Deprivation of citizenship
  • Spouse Visa applications for settlement in UK
  • Civil Partnership Visa applications for settlement in UK
  • Fiancé/ Fiancée Visa applications
  • Unmarried Partner Visa applications
  • Dependent Visa applications
  • Indefinite Leave to Enter the UK applications
  • Right to permanent residence
  • Right to Indefinite Leave to Remain

For the full list of appealable decisions, please refer to the section titled Worldwide under the 'Services' tab.

Are you eligible? Call us or send a query online