are experts in Appeals and Tribunal Appeals
We provide representations for appeal hearings at all levels. Our staff is trained and experienced up to highest level in preparing paginated appeal bundles, witness statements, skeleton arguments on behalf of our clients. The Immigration Lawyers at Royal solicitors hold excellent advocacy skills to offer best advice and representation to their clients in Asylum and Immigration Tribunals.
Appeals at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) is a tribunal which hears appeal against the decisions made by the Home Secretary and her officials in asylum, immigration and nationality matters. The main types of appeals are made against the decisions to:
- Refuse a person’s asylum/human rights application
- Refuse a person’s application for leave to remain in the United Kingdom
- Refuse a person’s application for entry clearance to the United Kingdom (visa application)
- Deport someone already in the United Kingdom
- Refuse person entry to the United Kingdom on arrival
- Application to release a detainee on bail
Appeals are heard by one or more Immigration Judges who are sometime accompanied by a non-legal member of the Tribunal. The Home Office is usually represented by Home Office Presenting Officers (“HOPO”). For significant cases, Home Office also instructs Barristers to conduct the case.
We provide efficient and cost-effective advice, services, and representation for the persons who wish to appeal against any decision of the Home Office. We enjoy an excellent success rate in relation to all types of immigration, asylum, and human rights appeals.
We provide efficient and cost-effective advice, services, and representation for the persons who wish to appeal against a decision of the Home Office in the Special Immigration Appeals Commission. We enjoy an excellent success rate in relation to all types of appeals.
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