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Immigration Appeals & Refusals
If your immigration application to enter or remain in the UK is refused or rejected then you may have a right of appeal against this decision to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Once your immigration application is refused, you will usually have 5 days to lodge an appeal (although this may be up to 28 days in some cases), therefore it is vitally important to seek immigration advice and representation as soon as possible. We are highly experienced in dealing with a wide range of immigration appeals and we would recommend you seek representation immediately.
The Immigration and Asylum Chamber is a court system dedicated to immigration and asylum appeals and refusals where your case can be heard by an immigration judge.
This is your opportunity to get the Home Office or Entry Clearance Officer's negative decision changed as well as your opportunity to put your point of view forward. It is advisable to seek legal represenation to make sure that your voice is heard and documents presented to enable a judge to allow your immigration appeal.
PK Immigration Law are registered at the highest level with OISC and are able to deal with a wide range of immigration appeals and refusals including appeals against the refusal of entry clearance, leave to enter, leave to remain and the curtailment of leave.
We are highly experienced in dealing with immigration appeals and refuals. The areas of work that we deal with include students, partners, spouses, fiancés, visitors and all appeals under the Points-Based System. PK Immigration Lawyers can manage you immigration appeal cases in all these areas as well as asylum appeals.
PK Immigration Lawyers are qualified to the highest OISC level and additionally use top barristers in complicated cases. Our solicitors and barristers have an excellent record of success at immigration appeal hearings. We can get a reconsideration on your case or win your immigration appeal at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal