If your UK visitor visa has been refused, you have the right to request a review of the decision or to appeal the decision. Visitors visas may be refused for a wide range of reasons, including where the Home Office believes that: a) Applicant is not a genuine visitor b) Do not meet the suitability requirements c) Do not meet sufficient funds or accommodation.
Here are steps you can take if your UK visa has been refused:
- Request a review: You can request a review of the decision if you believe that the decision was wrong or if you have new information that was not considered when the original decision was made.
- File an appeal: If your request for review is not successful or if you do not wish to request a review, you can file an appeal with the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal.
- Prepare for your appeal: It’s important to gather all relevant documentation and prepare your case before your appeal hearing. This may include evidence of your ties to your home country, your financial situation, and any other factors that may support your appeal.
- Attend your appeal hearing: At the hearing, you will have the opportunity to present your case and explain why you believe the original decision was wrong. The tribunal will consider the evidence you present and make a new decision on your case.
If your appeal is successful, your visa will be granted. If your appeal is unsuccessful, you may be able to file a further appeal with the Upper Tribunal or seek judicial review in the High Court. It’s important to seek legal advice if you are considering these options.
How can Adel Jibs can help?
Adel Jibs is a leading immigration law firm based in London. Our immigration lawyers specialise in assisting visitors coming to the UK, whether to visit a friend or family or any other permitted person.
Our team of immigration solicitors can help you with:
- Appealing a refusal of your visitor visa
- Applying for a short or long visitor visa on your behalf and for your family members
- Checking if you have any other UK visa options available
- Dealing with any questions or request for additional information from the House Office.
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The information given here is intended for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice.