If you have applied for a visa and it has been refused, you might be able to appeal or seek an administrative review.
Appeals and reviews of decisions made by the Home Office/UK Visas & Immigration may be complex depending on the reasons for the initial refusal and the potential grounds of appeal. It is therefore essential to seek high quality legal advice and assistance from an immigration specialist.
At Cornerstone, we can advise you on the merits of your case, the potential grounds of an appeal, right through to lodging an appeal and representing you at the appeals hearing.
Our services are accredited by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and we have attained the highest level of the OISC scheme as a Level 3 organization, our caseworkers are also accredited by the Law Society under the Immigration & Asylum Accreditation scheme and have acquired a wealth of experience in all aspects of UK Immigration & Asylum laws.
You can instruct us to represent you at any stage of the appeals process and you can choose the level of service required from us for the conduct of your case. We provide advice and services covering:
- All types of immigration and asylum related appeals
- Discretionary and complex applications
- Out-of-time applications and concessionary policies
- Lodging of notices of appeal and submission of statements of additional grounds.
We also offer representations to the UKBA, specialist casework, substantive appeals and representation at the First-tier and Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).
For further details about how we can assist you with your appeals, advocacy and representations related enquiries, please contact us and our accredited caseworkers will be available to assist.