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The information provided on this site is not legal advice but general information on issues commonly encountered when dealing with immigration and other legal matters. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors is not affiliated with any government (including the United Kingdom Government), We are a private Solicitors firm who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors provide legal advice and services and opinions or recommendations to its users about their possible legal rights, legal remedies, legal defenses, legal options or legal strategies. Legal fees do not include application or Government fees that may be charged by the United Kingdom Border Agency or by any other agency or part of the United Kingdom Government. Immigration Applications forms and other legal application forms are available for free from official Government sources

Court of Appeal

Court Of Appeal

There are a number of different circumstances in which you may need to take your immigration or asylum case to the Court of Appeal and if you are at this stage, you will certainly have been through an extremely difficult and challenging time.

We do understand what you have been through and how much this will mean to both you and to your family. We can help you if you need to take your case to the Court of Appeal, so you should contact us today to discuss your circumstances with us to see how we can help.

Why Would I Need To Go To The Court Of Appeal?

There are a number of circumstances in which you would need to take your immigration or asylum case to the Court of Appeal. These are:

  • If you have been allowed to appeal to the Upper Tier Tribunal and you lost your appeal
  • If you have made an application to the First Tier Tribunal to appeal to the Upper Tier Tribunal and been denied the right to appeal

 

Whatever your circumstances, we can discuss your legal position with you and offer you advice on whether you are able to move forwards to the Court of Appeal in your asylum or immigration case.

There are strict deadlines in place when making an appeal, so it is vitally important to contact us as soon as possible.

Why Choose Us?

Our experienced team of immigration specialists have been helping people just like you for many years and we can help you too.

The legal process can be daunting and it is easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure about where to turn, but we will ensure that we are realistic and honest about your prospects of success right from the start.

Using only plain and easy to understand language with no legal jargon, we will explain your legal position to you clearly, making sure that you are aware of the process and what steps you will need to take next.

We will be clear about our costs right from the start, but have an experienced immigration team behind you will be invaluable for you. You should contact us today to see how we can help you.

Contact Us Today

If you need help with an appeal for asylum or immigration, then please do get in touch to see how we can help you.

You can contact us by telephone for free on  or if you would prefer to get in touch online, please complete our Free Online Enquiry Form and we?ll be in touch as soon as possible.

 

Home APPEALS Court of Appeal

Disclaimer:

Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is not legal advice but general information on issues commonly encountered when dealing with immigration and other legal matters. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors is not affiliated with any government (including the United Kingdom Government), We are a private Solicitors firm who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors provide legal advice and services and opinions or recommendations to its users about their possible legal rights, legal remedies, legal defenses, legal options or legal strategies. Legal fees do not include application or Government fees that may be charged by the United Kingdom Border Agency or by any other agency or part of the United Kingdom Government.