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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

Upper Tribunal

Upper Tier Tribunal Appeal

Making an Upper Tier Tribunal Appeal in an immigration or asylum case can be extremely stressful and upsetting for you and your family, particularly as you will have already made a First Tier appeal which has failed.

We do understand that you will be feeling worried and concerned about what you should do next and where to turn, but we can help you to understand your legal position and what your next steps should be.

What Is An Upper Tier Appeal?

If you have failed at First Tier tribunal, you may appeal the decision if the law has not been applied correctly in your case and apply for a hearing at the next level, which is known as the Upper Tier Tribunal.

Using us to assist you with an Upper Tier Appeal means that we can use all our experience to offer you the guidance you need to get the best outcome possible.

The Upper Tier Tribunal is similar to the First Tier Tribunal in that it is made up of a Judge, or a number of Judges and some non legal members too, who form the independent body. This superior court will hear appeals from the First Tier Tribunal and also in some cases, Judicial Reviews too.

An Upper Tier Appeal can be made either by you or by the Home Office, if it disagrees with a decision that has been made.

How Can Pro-Visas And Immigration Solicitors Help You?

With an experienced immigration team dealing with your Upper Tier Tribunal Appeal, you will stand a much improved chance of getting a positive outcome.

We will be realistic right from the start about your prospects of success and open about the cost of an appeal. Our immigration team have been helping people just like you for many years now, and we can help you too.

Using only plain and simple language so that you are clear about your legal position, your chance of success and the next steps in your appeal, we will also be available to keep you up to date with progress.

There are time limits in place for any appeal, so it is really important to get help as quickly as possible. The outcome of an immigration or asylum appeal is so important for your future and you need to best possible chance. We can give you that, so contact us now.

Contact Us Today

If you have had a decision go against you at a First Tier Tribunal and you want to discuss an appeal, you should contact us as soon as possible to see how we can help.

You can call us on  or complete our Free Online Enquiry Form and we?ll be in touch as soon as possible.

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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.