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UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) rejects thousands of spouse visa appeals every year for unjustified reasons. Almost 40% of the spouse visa cases are turned into an appeal. There is no need to worry; we offer the best possible solution to challenge the UK spouse visa rejection through appeal. We have a team of expert and dedicated solicitors as well as caseworkers that are passionate and trained to deal with appeal matters. We offer the best solutions at affordable rates. We assign a personal solicitor to study your case and to find the best possible solution.

Should I submit an appeal or resubmit an application?

The immigration officials at the UK embassy are strict and inflexible. Even a tiny mistake in your application can cause the rejection of your application. In some cases, it is suitable for you to submit an appeal against their decision although we may suggest applicants to resubmit their application in certain situations. Immigration Lawyers Online have expert solicitors and barristers who review the merits of your case to challenge the legality of the decision to request a reconsideration on appeal. We have trained solicitors and caseworkers to deal with the most complex cases over many years of experience in the field. We follow legal routes and interpret the immigration rules to prepare for an appeal. We provide comprehensive guidance to submit and prepare for an appeal at the First-tier and/or Upper-tier Tribunal. Both of these tribunal units are independent in making decisions. Our friendly advisors are available to provide full legal advice and information about the appeal and visa process.

Reasons for UK spouse visa refusal:

  • The applicant has failed to provide authentic proof of a genuine and subsisting relationship.
  • Your income level is insufficient to support the family. Your UK partner must earn at least £18,600 gross per annum to be successful. The applicant has to prove the source of income. The applicant is requested to ensure that he/she has been earning this income for at least 6 months prior to the date of application.
  • Mandatory documents are not provided and therefore the supporting evidence provided is incomplete or does not meet the required standard. Alternatively the evidence is considered inadequate as being photocopies or fraudulent.
  • Your spouse has failed to provide sufficient evidence of proficiency in English language via passing an exam approved by the Home Office for the purposes of entry clearance or leave to remain in this category.
  • The applicant has applied for the wrong type of visa under the given situation.
  • A past criminal or civil judgment, verdict or conviction is not disclosed properly.
Do you want to check your eligibility? Click here to check your eligibility criteria by visiting our free online UK spouse appeal visa eligibility assessment tool.
How we draft your grounds for appeal?
  • An overseas applicants can submit an appeal to the Immigration Asylum Chamber within 28 days after receiving a refusal notice. Applicants applying from inside the UK can submit an appeal within 14 days of the Home Office decision letter.
  • The expert solicitors and barristers at Immigration Lawyers Online will help you to draft the right ground of appeal to increase the chances of acceptance and if possible, reconsideration of the decision prior to an oral appeal hearing. The immigration Tribunal appeal forms are prepared and completed quickly for the submission of your appeal.
  • We prepare a strong case to be heard at the Immigration Tribunal in front of an impartial immigration judge. We analyse your decision letter in order to prepare and organize your documents in a precise and comprehensive manner.
  • A legal representation letter explaining your reasons for appeal and why the decision letter is incorrect is generated on your behalf to provide additional weight behind the application.
  • Our expert team members provide comprehensive support and advice for legal documentation and application generation process.
  • The merit assessment of your appeal is performed to analyze all aspects. Moreover, we also suggest appeal advice and an effective alternative that makes your appeal attractive and considerable.
  • The applicants are informed regularly about the progress report of their appeal.
  • Should I attend tribunal hearing?

Yes, it will be helpful for the sponsor to attend this hearing and provide evidence in person in addition to the appeal bundle provided in advance. The applicant themselves should also attend to provide evidence. We also suggest you take our legal representatives to present your appeal and assist you by using the best possible approach.

Please do not hesitate to contact Immigration Lawyers Online to discuss your spouse visa appeal with our professional caseworkers and solicitors. Please provide us with details of your case and contact details on the contact page or complete the questionnaire below and we will come back to you with a solution.

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