Has your ILR/Settlement Visa been refused? Would you like to appeal against it?

How We Can Help You With An ILR/Settlement Refusal Appeal

If you have received an ILR/Settlement refusal, YDVISAS can assist with your appeal and will get all the paperwork ready and represent you before the tribunals.

YDVISAS has processed many successful appeals for a variety of applications and our immigration experts work with passion and diligence on every case. Our expert lawyers will advise you on the evidence that should be provided and how it should be presented.

As winners of ‘Best Immigration Law Firm in the UK’ for 2016, we are proud to offer our clients a first rate service and a transparent fee structure with no hidden charges or extra costs.

ILR/Settlement Visa Refusals

If you have been refused Indefinite Leave To Remain, your appeal could be decided on whether it meets the immigration rules in a number of different ways. This could include factors such as your immigration status at the time of application and how long you have lived in the UK.

Our Point Of Difference

At YDVISAS we have extensive experience and success in preparing appeals and advocacy services. We offer clients a seamless service throughout the entire process, from taking initial instructions through to the final appeal hearing. Crucially, as OISC level 3 advisers, we are entitled to provide advocacy before both the First-Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal.

We respond very quickly to incoming enquiries, and can take instructions and prepare appeals and applications rapidly against deadlines.

We can arrange to meet at either at our central or west London office or a place of your choice. Our staff and advisers are fluent in a number of foreign languages, including Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese) and Indian (Hindi, Gujarati etc).

What’s Next? Speak To An Expert

For expert advice and professional help with immigration matters, please contact the immigration team on 020 7404 7933 or email us at contact@ydvisas.com. You can also use the form to make an enquiry.