Once your appeal is allowed (my appeal was allowed what next) by the Learned Immigration Judge of the first-tier Tribunal then you will receive the determination within 14 working days.
My Appeal Was Allowed by First-Tier Tribunal
Once the appeal is allowed by the first-tier tribunal judge then the Home Office/UKVI may apply for permission to the First-Tier Tribunal or to the Upper Tribunal so that the appeal will be reheard on the point of error of Law.
Permission Refused by the First-Tier Tribunal or Upper Tribunal
If the permission is refused by the Upper tribunal and not being granted then the Home Office/UKVI is bound to implement the determination.
Action Home Office/UKVI will Take to Implement the Appeal Determination
Once your Immigration appeal is allowed then the Home Office/UKVI will send the determination to the relevant department/Visa section to implement the determination. Normally, it may take up to 4 weeks for the determination to reach the relevant. The Visa department then implement the determination and grant you a visa, if they delay then you can write to them and request them to expedite the matter.
Should you wish then you can contact our team of expert Immigration Solicitors serving you since 2008. Our firm of solicitors is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Service/Representation of Our Immigration Solicitors (Immigration Appeal)
a) Drafting grounds of appeal
b) Preparation of Appeal Bundle
c) Representing you at the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal
d) Dealing with the Home Office/UKVI
Once the appeal will be allowed then liaising with the determination team to implement the determination and grant you and your dependents a visa for further leave to remain in the United Kingdom.