Some of the facts:
Nowadays, it is not enough to provide evidence of sufficient funds held in your account but what matter the most is whether you can convince the UKVI that you are genuine visitor; Applicant that fail to prove sufficient arrangements for visiting the UK and strong ties to their home country risk having their Visitor application refused; There is no Appeal or Administrative Review rights available and refusal of such applications can be challenged through the Judicial Review process; The first step is to draft a detailed letter to the Visa Office outlining why the decision is wrong. The letter is part of the “Pre-Action Protocol” which can produce a positive outcome resulting in the decision being overturned. If the decision is maintained the next step will be to formally issue the JR proceedings in Court;
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Visitor Visa to UK Refused? Challenge Decision Through Judicial Review
Visitor Visa to the UK is rejected with unreasonable reasons? It is hard not to take it personally. There are no Administrative Review or Appeal rights available, one action you can take is to apply for a Judicial Review. However, this can happen to anyone – even those involved in high-profile events. It was reported…
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Visitor Visa Refused, Pre-Action Protocol Letter Submitted Leads to the Grant of Visa
Mr M, along with his wife and his son applied from India for visitor visas to visit the UK, his brother and family who are all settled here. The family of three also wanted to take this opportunity to explore the places of attraction in the UK and experience the culture of the country where…
Tips to Choose a Right UK Immigration Lawyer
We are a specialised UK immigration law firm.
In this video, I will share some tips with you on how to choose a UK immigration lawyer.
There are five very important points you may wish to consider while choosing a UK Immigration Lawyer.
Number 1: UK immigration law is very specific, fast-changing and complex. You should not entrust your future to an individual/company that does not fully comprehend the complexity of UK immigration law. Therefore, our first tip is that you may want to consider choosing a lawyer who specialises in UK immigration law and has a wealth of experience in dealing with UK immigration applications and/or/appeals.
Tip Number 2: You will need a lawyer who will be honest with you. This includes discussions about the success chances of your immigration case, total cost and tentative time frame.
Tip Number 3: A lawyer’s reputation often precedes them – look for a lawyer who is known for honesty. Check out client reviews to see what others have said. When many people rate the same lawyer as honest after their transactions, chances are good that you’ve found an honest lawyer. Check out for independent review platform such as TrustPilot for real and verified reviews from actual clients.
Tip Number 4: How about choosing a lawyer who loves immigration law? One who cannot wait to get started on your case. A passionate lawyer who regularly sees success in immigration matters and tends to deliver great results.
Tip Number 5: Always look for a lawyer who is Authorised and Regulated. In most cases, lawyers in the UK are regulated by the SRA – Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) or by the OISC. Professional certification or Awards are also good indications. It might be prominent on their webpage if they have this.
Finally, look for a lawyer who is always improving by staying up to date on the UK immigration rules and regulations, and is constantly upgrading their skills. This is particularly important in the UK immigration sector, where laws are changed frequently, and lawyers must know exactly what is required for each type of application or appeal.
If you look for these qualities in a lawyer, it is likely that you find someone who is going to take good care of your Immigration matter, while respecting you as a valuable, important individual.
If you require legal assistance with your UK Immigration matter, please get in touch with us. Our contact details are at the bottom of this video. We’re happy to help. Thank you.
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Judicial Review For Visit Visa Refusal
Judicial Review for Visit Visa Refusal
UK Visit Visa Refusal Appeal or Judicial Review Many Visitor Visa Application are getting refused for different reasons. The only remedy available to challenge the decision is through Appeal or Judicial Review. Standard Visitor Visa allows you to enter into the UK for business visits, medical treatment, a holiday, or to visit family and for…