We represent our client’s to lodge, prepare and representation at Immigration and Asylum Chambers against the refusals for ‘Entry Clearance’ Application or ‘Further Leave to Remain’ Applications including any other appeals or Judicial Review Claims. It is notable that the Home Office turns down in-country right of appeal with certification under Section 94(1) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 is unlawful now as held in very recent Judgement of the Court of Appeal in Ahsan & Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 2009.
We do represent our client’s after having assessed their case with our professional approach. We present a fair and balancing assessment to our client’s case to reach a decision to proceed to appeal or make a fresh application with appropriate documentations as required under the Immigration Rules.
As a result of recent changes, the Home Office has been refusing various applications without in country ‘Right of Appeal’. This has severe consequences to applicant’s and the only option left to such applicant’s is to lodge a judicial claim. Judicial Review is costly and time-consuming. We advise our client’s with scope for such proceedings.