Entry Clearance appeals are the appeals that are granted to applicants who have applied for a visa outside the UK. Due to the implementation of the Immigration Act 2014, out-of-country appeals rights have been reduced significantly.
If your visa has been refused by the Entry Clearance officer with the right of appeal then you should lodge an appeal within 28 days of receipt of the refusal letter, to the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal. Now you can even lodge an appeal online.
The appeal form needs to be duly filled in with the grounds of appeal and you should attach a refusal letter with the appeal form.
Appeals rights are granted to the following Entry clearance refusals:
a) Entry clearance appeal against spouse visa refusal
b) Entry clearance appeal against fiancé visa refusal
c) Entry clearance appeal against same-sex partner visa
d) Entry clearance appeal against unmarried partner visa
e) Entry clearance appeal against a refusal of EEA family permit
f) Entry clearance appeal against proposed civil partner visa
g) Entry clearance appeal against adult dependent relative visa
You can lodge a paper appeal and the Immigration and Asylum tribunal fee for the paper appeal is £80.00 and for the oral appeal is £140.00
A paper appeal will be determined on papers however for an Oral appeal your sponsor has to attend the First-tier Immigration and Asylum tribunal to give oral evidence.
Why Choose Asher & Tomar Solicitors:
Our team of expert Immigration Solicitors based in London can advise and represent your complex immigration matter (Entry clearance appeals) at every stage from, the entry clearance officer, home office, immigration tribunals, upper tribunal field house, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
Our expert Immigration Solicitors in London will endeavor to deliver the best outcome for your complex Entry clearance appeals and have dealt with numerous Entry clearance appeals.