You can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if the Home Office has decided to refuse your application for leave to remain in the UK.
You can do that provided you have a right to do so and was told that you can appeal in the decision you have received.
To have the right advice and the right representation at the immigration tribunals is fundamental at the very first stages of the appeal. It is not just enough to hear from a specialist that they can deal with the case but it is essential to now exactly the prospects of success of the case and the reasons behind those prospects.
MKSuri & Co has over 12 years experience in representing and advocating at Immigration Tribunal hearings. We have dealt with hundreds of appeal cases and we are proud to say that our success rate is exceedingly high.
We can deal with all kinds of appeals whether the decision was made in-country or out of the country.
We also specialise in appeals to the Upper Tribunal, bail applications, deportation orders, administrative review and complex Human Rights and Asylum cases.
If you have received a negative decision and would like to seek a legal remedy contact us for further information.