Judicial Review for UK Visa Refusal

Court for judicial review hearings following a UK visa refusal.

If your UK visa application is refused and you have no right to appeal, or no option for an administrative review, you can still challenge your UK visa refusal by way of a judicial review. Your challenge must be on the grounds of illegality, irrationality or unfairness.

How Our Judicial Review UK Immigration Lawyers Can Help

We understand the frustration and knock-on effects that a UK visa refusal can have. A visa rejection can devastate families or prevent you from starting work in the UK. Our specialist judicial review UK immigration lawyers can help you appeal unfavourable Home Office decisions.

You will be assigned a dedicated immigration lawyer who will establish why your UK visa was refused and help you build a case for appealing. We have your best interests at heart and we’re sympathetic to your circumstances. Ash Norton has helped to successfully appeal many Home Office UK visa refusal decisions.

How to Appeal a UK Visa Refusal Through Judicial Review

When you receive a notification from the Home Office that your visa has been refused, it should tell you if you can apply for a review of the decision – this is called an ‘administrative review’. If an administrative review is not available to you, then talk to us to discuss applying for a judicial review.

There are strict time limits on applying for a judicial review. You typically have to apply within three months of the Home Office decision to refuse your UK visa being made. Ash Norton Solicitors can help you act fast. A judicial review is a complex legal process, but we can give you the support you need to appeal a Home Office decision.

Instruct Ash Norton Solicitors for Judicial Review Applications

If you want to challenge a UK visa refusal through judicial review, you will need the assistance of our specialist London immigration lawyers.  For personalised, professional assistance with your UK immigration appeal, call Ash Norton Solicitors on +44 (0)207 629 3633 or use our online contact form to get in touch.


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