LITIGATION, COURTS & TRIBUNALSLitigation,Courts & Tribunals ukimmigration refusal(s), litigationattorneys Do You Require An Immigration AttorneyFor UK Immigration?If you ora loved one has been deported, detained, denied entry, denied permission tostay, or has experienced any other type of UK immigration refusal—it’s time toseek out a litigation attorney.
The team at ADD BUSINES NAMES specializes in UK immigration,and is here to assist. The sooner you reach out, the more time we have time tobuild your case. Better yet, reach out beforeyou submit your immigration application. If you feel your rights have been insome way violated, or you want to seek an immigration or human rights appeal—litigation,court and tribunals are your next step. Here is a closer look at the appealprocess.Public Law Judicial ReviewImmigrationlaws are in place to create fair and reasonable paths to citizenship orresidency. Unfortunately, some decisions are made unlawfully or withoutfollowing proper procedures.
When unlawful decisions are made regardingimmigration (and many other bodies of public law function) a judicial reviewcan be implemented. This is a legal process in which the court must rule on thelawfulness of the legislative or executive decision, the applicable act, or theseverity of the omission. There are a number of grounds for which public lawjudicial reviews may be sought out, including an unlawful interpretation of thelaw—or a breach of fundamental human rights. This helps to hold publicorganizations accountable and ensure that appointed decisions makers fulfilltheir legal obligations—and lawfully interpret and implement the law. If you ora loved one believes your immigration decision or act is unlawful, you have 90days from the event to challenge the decision in a judicial review.
You willneed a team of litigation attorneys on your side, and ADD BUSINESS NAME is here to assist. Ourlitigation team will explore options in dispute resolution, all while buildinga solid foundation in the event that your case goes to court.Immigration And Human Rights AppealsAnother optionfor denied entry, permission to stay, or deportation is to file for animmigration and human rights appeal with the tribunal. The tribunal is dedicatedsolely to hearing appeals to decisions made at the Home Office. If you wish tofile a Tier 1, 2, 4, or 5 visa appeal, you have 28 days after the decision tofile, even if you have to leave the UK in the meantime. You can appeal onlineor request and oral hearing. Either way, the appeal should be handled by trustedlitigation attorneys. Appeals can be made for human rights claims for entryclearance, protection refusal, deportation of EEA nationals, and deniedapplications for EEA family permits.
Your attorney will submit the requiredforms and documents and cite the ways in which the decisions violates humanrights. If needed they will present your case at the tribunal hearing. Hearingsare held in public, and you have the right to request a male or femalejudge. The Best Way To Avoid UK Immigration RefusalTodrastically reduce the likelihood of a UK immigration refusal, and therefor theneed to appeal or request a judicial review—is to work with an attorney whospecializes in immigration before yousubmit your initial application. This can go a long way in saving time, stress,the heartache of being separated from your loved ones—as well as the costsassociated with returning to the UK after deportation.
The most common reasonsfor refusal include:· Applying for an incorrect visa.· Failing to provide the correct documents.· Providing the correct documents, but notin the correct format.· Providing incomplete evidence.
· Following the advice of friends, familymembers, or anyone who does not specialize in immigration applications.· Non-disclosure of pertinent information.· Relying only on the advice of the HomeOffice, from well-intentioned customer service agents who don’t understand thefull scope of immigration law. We urgeyou to reach out to the litigation attorneys at ADD BUSINESS name as soon as you or your loved onehas been denied.
This will provide us with ample time to gather the documentsand evidence for your judicial review, tribunal hearing, court, or appeal.Again, we would prefer to work with you prior to submitting your application,but at the very least as soon as your immigration complication arises.