Immigration appeal solicitors have more up-to-date information and can provide expert advice on the appeals process. They can provide you with legal advice and prepare your case in the best possible way. It is highly recommended to consult with immigration solicitors in the UK; they will represent you in your appeal
If your immigration application has been unsuccessful you may decide that you'd like to appeal the decision. It's crucial to have expert advice - and quickly - or you risk further disappointment. QualitySolicitors’ expertise in dealing with appeals gives you the very best chance of a successful outcome.
Having your immigration application turned down is upsetting. However there are strict and very tight deadlines that apply if you wish to make an appeal – so you need to act quickly and know the best way to argue against the decision. There is a court process available to you which you need to understand. How well you present your argument can be the difference between a successful appeal and failure.
Having access to an immigration appeals expert can be really useful. At QualitySolicitors you will have speak to specialist lawyers with a track record of making successful appeals. We work quickly, making certain we understand your situation – and why your application was turned down. You will be given options, and the consequences of each will be explained simply. Our costs will be clear and explained beforehand, so you know what to budget. Most importantly you know that our lawyers will do everything possible to make the best very argument to achieve your desired result.
If you've had your application rejected, call us on 08082747557 as quickly as you can and ask to see one of our expert immigration solicitors.
If your appeal is unsuccessful, you may be required to leave the country or even be deported, depending on your case and application. This may also prohibit you from reentering the country in the future.
If you are applying from within the United Kingdom, you will have only 14 days to apply for the appeal, and if you are applying outside the UK, you will have 28 days to appeal.
You can appeal the immigration decision by applying with all the supporting documents, like a decision letter from a home office and an application form for the appeal that may be required to strengthen your case.
An immigration appeal solicitor can help with the refusal of visas, extension of stay, help with deportation orders, immigration detentions and asylums. Also, specialist immigration appeal solicitors can assist you according to your case and requirements.