If you believe a judge made an improper or incorrect decision, we can help you appeal against the ruling to a judge in a higher court, the Upper Tribunal or the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

We are experts in appealing immigration law decisions such as entry clearance, further leave to remain or settlement and can provide you with expert advice and assistance throughout the appeals process.

For Appeals, there must be proper grounds for making an appeal, and there are strict time limits for doing so. However, it is not possible for government officials to review a judgement made by the courts. This is because the judiciary are independent and must be free to rule on cases without fear of interference from the government or its administration.

Although HMCTS court staff will be happy to offer procedural guidance, they are not permitted or trained to give legal advice or discuss whether you can or should appeal. For legal guidance and support with an appeal, please contact us today.