Receiving a letter from the Home Office notifying you that your immigration application has been refused can be a very worrying time, particularly if your situation is further aggrieved by the fact that you may not have any right to appeal the refusal decision. If you are fortunate to have applied in an immigration category which still attracts a right of appeal, it should be clearly stated on the refusal letter. Although you may have been given a right to appeal a refusal decision, it is important to note that this does not necessarily mean that you have legitimate grounds to appeal the refusal decision. We can advise you if you have legitimate grounds for appeal. Receiving the right advice at the right time could make all the difference on what could be a life changing decision.
The immigration team at Baker Chase Solicitors have considerable experience and expertise in dealing with appeal matters. If you have received a refusal decision with a right of appeal or even a refusal decision without a right of appeal and want to know the options that are now available to you, please give Baker Chase Solicitors a call on 0161 639 1888, email us at email@example.com or simply click the ‘Contact Us’ button on this page. One of our friendly, experienced and professional solicitors will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.