First-tier, Upper-tier Tribunal, Judicial Review and Court of Appeal
Solidum Solicitor handles a large proportion of its work to assist people with challenging refusal decisions and has an exceptionally high success rate.
The regulations and rules governing the rights of appeal are complex, and the decision makers may erroneously advise applicants that the refusal decision is not appealable. We would advise anyone with a negative decision from the Home Office to contact us for obtaining advice regarding the right of appeal.
We handle immigration appeals at the First-tier tribunals, appeals to the Upper-tier Tribunal, and if necessary take matters further to the High Court (Administrative Court), Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
We advise appellants, draft grounds of appeal, prepare the bundle of documents and witness statements, where necessary instructing expert witnesses and carry out the legal research.
A decision of the immigration authorities can be challenged by way of Judicial Review, where an immigration appeal does not apply; this can be on the ground of improper exercise of power, breach of procedure, or breach of the Human Rights.
Solidum Solicitors have many years of experience in dealing, preparing and presenting appeals. For further information, please contact us on 02089125241or complete our enquiry form.
Administrative Review is a review of a decision by Home Office caseworkers. The aim is to correct any errors made during the decision making process after an internal review.
Administrative Review has now replaced appeal rights for Tier 4 leave to remain applications from 20 October 2014 and for Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 5 as of 2 March 2015.
It has replaced appeal rights for most applicants apart from those who make an asylum or human rights application From 6 April 2015.
Our team of experienced solicitors can assist you with the entire administrative review process.
For further information, please speak to our team members in the Immigration, Refugee and Human Rights Law Department on 02089125241.