The need for a Judicial Review occurs when an application for leave to remain or any other form of UK entry clearance has been refused. In the majority of cases there is no right to appeal against a refusal decision and the only option left available is to apply for a Judicial Review in the Upper Tribunal or the High Court.
Solomon shepherd solicitors immigration team have years of experience in preparing and presenting Judicial review applications with vast knowledge and expertise of UK Immigration Law that can challenge Home Office decisions in the High Court.
Whatever your situation, our network of UK Immigration Experts can assist you, giving you practical advice on whether to appeal against your refusal by way of a Judicial Review. They can inform you of the possible outcome, the likely costs and other options by which you may appeal.