Unless a human rights claim is certified by the Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD), there will be an in-country right of appeal. The appeal should be filed within 14 days after the receipt of notice of decision.
We can assist with appeals to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) if the Home Office has refused your application due to the following reasons:
- Refusal of asylum or humanitarian protection
- Revocation of protection status
- Refusal of human rights claim
- Refusal of EEA residence document
- Revocation of British citizenship
- Deportation, refusal or revocation of your status
- Refusal of variation of length or condition of stay
- Refusal or revocation of travel permit or family permit under the EU Settlement Scheme
At Chris Alexander Solicitors our fee for legal representation in your In-Country First Tier Tribunal immigration appeal is £1,500 (+ 20% VAT) for our professional immigration services. This standard fee will cover all our work until a decision is made by the Immigration Judge. The standard fee includes the following: Perusal of Documents, drafting and lodging of Grounds of Appeal, preparing and filing your appeal bundle, drafting of witness statements and legal representation at the Tribunal.
The standard fee will not cover any disbursements which are incurred e.g. translation of documents, or subsequent appeal rights. If you cannot afford to pay our fee in full at the time of instructing us in relation to your application, you can pay half of the fee at the time of instructing us and the balance can be paid by monthly instalments.