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Appeals from Within the UK or from Overseas

H & S Solicitors is committed to undertaking appeals before the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, and have a track record of successful appeals for our clients.

What is a appeals from within the UK or from Overseas mean?

H & S Solicitors are experienced in this field and will take clients on from any stage of the appeals to ensure successful results. We will prepare your documents and evidence and submit them on your behalf. As appeals are usually a lengthy process, we are committed to taking on clients both from within the UK, or from overseas. One of the members of our team will either communicate with you directly, or electronically in order to get the most comprehensive understanding of each case.

There are two different tribunals which hear appeals, the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal. You may be appealing a decision made by the Home Office, which will take you to the First Tier Tribunal or appealing a decision made by the First Tier Tribunal, which will take you to the Upper Tribunal. H & S Solicitors will follow and support you every step of the way.

We will ensure you appeal is successful by going through and reviewing your initial application and supporting documents, your refusal and draft detailed legal grounds as to why the appropriate body should not have refused your application. We will also liaise with the Home Office and Tribunals and submit your appeal on your behalf. Under certain circumstances, we have taken on appeals which had been rejected, in light of new evidence to submit to the courts.

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What is a Judicial Review of Immigration cases?

A Judicial review (JR) is the legal process that allows a person to challenge the lawfulness of a decision, action or failure to act of a public body such as a government department.

In immigration cases, this can be resorted to where the cases have gone through the appeals system. A Judicial Review is of the strongest significance and should not be embarked on lightly. Our expert advisors will go through all the implications and application processes to ensure a successful Judicial Review.

A Judicial Review may be considered when there has been a failure to act on the part of the Courts, such as the delay in issuing a document or making a decision. A Judicial Review will also apply when the applicant believes that his removal from the UK will infringe their rights, as set out under the Refugee Convention, European Convention of Human Rights or the European Community Instruments.
There are two different tribunals which hear appeals, the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal. You may be appealing a decision made by the Home Office, which will take you to the First Tier Tribunal or appealing a decision made by the First Tier Tribunal, which will take you to the Upper Tribunal. H & S Solicitors will follow and support you every step of the way.

We will ensure you appeal is successful by going through and reviewing your initial application and supporting documents, your refusal and draft detailed legal grounds as to why the appropriate body should not have refused your application. We will also liaise with the Home Office and Tribunals and submit your appeal on your behalf. Under certain circumstances, we have taken on appeals which had been rejected, in light of new evidence to submit to the courts.

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