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Immigration Solicitors in Berkshire

Immigration Solicitors in Berkshire:

Our immigration solicitors are well aware of the frequent immigration changes and will endeavor their best to obtain a conclusion in your favor.

 

Asher & Tomar Solicitors based in Cardiff have in depth knowledge of the frequent changes in the Immigration Rules. 

 

Point based categories our Immigration Solicitors can assist you with:

Tier 1 Entrepreneur

Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur

Tier 1 Investor

Tier 1 General Visa Extension

Tier 2 ICT (intra company transfer)

Tier 2 Change of Employment

Tier 2 Minister of Religion

Tier 2 Visa

Tier 4 Student Visa

Tier 5 Temporary Worker

Non-PBS

Family Visit Visa

Spouse Visa

Fiancee Visa

Elderly Dependent Visa

General Visitor Visa

Discretionary leave to Remain

UK partner Visa

Ancestry Visa

Youth Mobility Scheme

Indefinite Leave to Remain  (ILR)

In addition to the above our specialist Immigration Solicitors represent Judicial Reviews and Immigration Appeals all over the United Kingdom.

Judicial Review: 

WHAT IS JUDICIAL REVIEW

Judicial review is a type of court proceeding in which a judge reviews the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body.

Judicial Review is a process by which individuals can challenge the lawfulness of decisions or actions of the executive, including those of Ministers, Local authorities, other public bodies and those exercising public functions. It is largely judge-developed procedure and can be characterised as the rule of law in action. It is, however, intended to function quickly and proportionately. Certain protections are in principle provided against spurious claims, and they usually work in practise, Judicial Review is not available if there is an alternative remedy (such as statutory right of appeal); only those with sufficient interest in the outcome are able to bring case and they must first obtain permission for their case to be heard.

 

Immigration Appeals:

We have noticed that as the Immigration Rules are tighter by the Home Office (UK Border Agency) therefore many applicants are not able to meet the visa criteria and leading their visa being refused and putting their case in jeopardy, but some of the cases are refused without the proper assessment of the Secretary of State (in-country applications) or by the Entry Clearance Office (overseas applications).

Being into this practice since long time we encourage our clients to always appeal against the notice of refusal.

Types of Immigration appeals 

Oral Appeals: Oral appeal fee is £140.00, if you wish to lodge an oral appeal then please be advised that you and your sponsor have to give evidence in the Tribunal, however if you have applied outside the United Kingdom then you cannot appear in the Immigration and Asylumtribunal but still your sponsor have to give oral Evidence on the day of hearing.

Paper Appeals: Paper appeal fee is £80.00, if you wish to lodge this appeal then nobody has to appear at the Immigration and asylum Tribunal as the appeal will be determined on the documentary evidence enclosed with the paginated index to bundle of documents.

 

Proposed fee which may come into affect from June 2016.

Oral appeal fee for a single person: £800.00

Paper appeal fee: £455.00