Appeals, Administrative & Judicial Reviews 


If your immigration application is refused by the Home Office or the Entry Clearance Officer, you may be granted a right of appeal and be able to appeal the decision to the Immigration & Asylum Chamber.
Where a right of appeal has not been granted, you may be able to ask the Home Office for an administrative review or apply for Judicial Review to the High Court.


In cases where a right of appeal has not been granted, an administrative review may be an option. Administrative review is a process where you can request the Home Office to review their decision based on specific grounds, such as an error in law or procedure. Our dedicated team of solicitors can assist you in preparing and submitting an administrative review request, ensuring that all relevant legal arguments are presented to maximiSe the chances of a successful outcome.


Terence Ray Solicitors has a specialised team of solicitors that can assist in applying for Judicial Review in the High Court where appropriate. Judicial review is a legal process that allows individuals or organisations to challenge the lawfulness of a decision made by a public body, such as the Home Office. Our experienced team will carefully review your case, assess the grounds for judicial review, and guide you through the entire process. We will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected and that the decision-making process is fair, reasonable, and lawful.

Please note that the specific course of action to challenge a decision will depend on the circumstances of your case. Our dedicated solicitors will provide tailored advice based on your individual situation and guide you through the best available options.

Should you require assistance in appealing a Home Office decision, pursuing an administrative review, or undertaking a judicial review, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to help you navigate the complexities of the immigration system and fight for a fair outcome.

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