ASHER & TOMAR SOLICITORS:
Appeals and Judicial Review specialist Immigration Solicitors.
If your visa have been refused and you have been granted the right of appeal then you should avail the facility of it as once the appeal rights will be exhausted only then you can take the matter to the court of appeal via Judicial Review process, however, if you have not been granted the right of appeal and just the administrative review then after the administrative review rights have been exhausted then you can directly proceed with the Judicial Review proceedings against the Home Office or the entry clearance officer decision.Type of Appeals:
- Paper appeal:
Our specialist Immigration Solicitors have in-depth knowledge about the frequent changes in Immigration Rules/Law.
The major role and duty of our expert immigration solicitors involve the following:
- a) Taking instructions
- b) Gathering facts (reasons for refusal)
- c) Drafting grounds of Appeal
- d) Paginated index to bundle
- e) Drafting witness statement as per your instructions
- f) Representing you in theAsylum and Immigration Tribunal
Immigration decision which are Appealable and Non-Appealable decision can be challenged by way of JR1) Spouse Visa Appeals 2) Fiance Visa refusal Appeals 3) UK visa refusal Apppeals 4) Tier 1 general visa refusal appeals (Immigration Appeal) 5) Human Rights Appeal 6) Tier 2 visa refused-(Tier 2 visa-Immigration Appeal) 7) Indefinite Leave to Remain refused- ILR (Immigration Appeal) 8) Tier 4 student visa refused- Tier 4 (“Immigration Appeal”) 9) EEA 2 visa refusal Appeal (Immigration Appeal) 10) UK Ancestry Visa refusal Appeals In addition to the above we represent clients who are in the detention centres:
- a) Bail to the Chief Immigration Officer
- b) Bail to the Immigration Judge-at Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.