Visa Refusal

We can assist to appeal against your visa refusal if you think you think you are a genuine applicant. We have a successful track record with an expert team of specialists and lawyers that can assist you with the preparation and submission of your immigration appeal.

To ensure you appeal is successful our team will analyze and review your initial application, supporting documents, examine your refusal letter, draft detailed grounds and give legal reasons as to why your application should not have been refused. They will then submit your legal appeal on your behalf to the Immigration or Visa officer or Entry clearance manager and ensure the appeal process is handled smoothly. For international locations, one of our legal experts will represent you before the Immigration Judge where your Visa appeal will be heard.

UK Administrative Review

If you have made an entry clearance application under the Points Based System, which has been refused by the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO), you have the right to apply for Administrative Review of the immigration decision of the ECO. This review would involve looking at whether your claimed points were correctly assessed by the ECO. The Administrative Review application should be made within 28 days of the date of the receipt of the refusal letter.

If the Entry Clearance Manager refuses your request for administrative review and maintains the refusal, you may have the option of challenging the decision by way of Judicial Review within 90 days from the date of the refusal.

Our team of experienced and professionally qualified visa specialists will be able to guide you through the process step by step and limit the possibility of failure by complying
with the strict letter of the law. Call us now on 0845 8622 529 for a free telephone assessment and free case assessment or Contact us online