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Appeals before the Immigration Tribunal

Challenge unfavourable visa decisions with confidence alongside CWC Solicitors in Plymouth. We specialise in robust representation for appeals before the Immigration Tribunal.

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Appeals before the Immigration Tribunal

Overcoming negative immigration decisions is a daunting challenge, but CWC Solicitors are adept at representing appeals before the Immigration Tribunal. We scrutinise every detail, assembling a formidable case to overturn decisions and secure your rightful place within the UK’s vibrant communities.

How will our immigration law solicitors support you?

Our dedication to your cause goes beyond mere legal representation. We become your strategic partners, fortifying your stance in the Immigration Tribunal with thorough preparation and robust advocacy. The immigration team at CWC Solicitors ensures no stone is left unturned in your fight for a fair resolution.


What is the Immigration Tribunal?

The Immigration Tribunal, officially known as the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), is an independent judicial body that hears appeals against immigration decisions made by the Home Office.

When can I appeal to the Immigration Tribunal?

You can appeal to the Immigration Tribunal if you disagree with a decision made by the Home Office on your immigration application, asylum claim, or deportation order.

How do I lodge an appeal before the Immigration Tribunal?

To lodge an appeal before the Immigration Tribunal, you must submit a completed appeal form within the specified time frame, along with any supporting documents and grounds of appeal. Our solicitors can assist you in preparing and lodging your appeal.

What are the grounds for appeal before the Immigration Tribunal?

Grounds for appeal may include errors in law or fact, failure to consider relevant evidence, or breaches of human rights or procedural fairness. Our experienced solicitors can assess the merits of your case and advise you on the grounds for appeal.

How long does it take for an appeal to be heard by the Immigration Tribunal?

The time it takes for an appeal to be heard by the Immigration Tribunal varies depending on factors such as the complexity of the case and the availability of hearing dates. Our solicitors will keep you informed of the expected timeline for your appeal.

Do I need legal representation for my appeal before the Immigration Tribunal?

While legal representation is not required for appealing before the Immigration Tribunal, having experienced solicitors on your side can significantly increase your chances of success. Our solicitors specialise in immigration appeals and can provide expert representation tailored to your case.

What happens at an appeal hearing before the Immigration Tribunal?

At the appeal hearing, both parties (appellant and Home Office) will present their arguments and evidence before a judge. Witnesses may be called, and the judge will ask questions to clarify issues. Our solicitors will prepare you thoroughly for the hearing and represent you effectively.

What if my appeal before the Immigration Tribunal is unsuccessful?

If your appeal before the Immigration Tribunal is unsuccessful, you may have the right to appeal further to the Upper Tribunal or seek judicial review. Our solicitors will assess your options and advise you on the best course of action to challenge the decision.

Why choose CWC Solicitors?

At CWC Solicitors, we offer more than just legal advice; we integrate a palpable sense of community and personalised service. When you engage with us in your visa appeal process, your struggle transforms from an individual burden to a collective endeavour where support, transparency, and resolve lead to preferred outcomes.

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