Appeals

Appeals

Appeal rights may be given if an application to the Home Office has been refused. During the appeal process, the appellant(s) will receive a Notice of Hearing and be required to prepare further evidence to submit for consideration. At the hearing, the documents submitted will be viewed by the judge and any oral evidence will be heard in the presence of a presenting officer(s) from the Home Office and the appellant(s).

 

 

For more information how to make an appeal against the Home Office’s decision please do not hesitate to contact us.

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