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Appeal

If your immigration application is refused and you have a right of appeal, this means that you can challenge the decision in Court, initially the First-tier Tribunal. You will have an opportunity to put forward evidence in support of your case to an Immigration Judge, including legal arguments, expert evidence and witness statements.

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Appeal

If your immigration application is refused and you have a right of appeal, this means that you can challenge the decision in Court, initially the First-tier Tribunal. You will have an opportunity to put forward evidence in support of your case to an Immigration Judge, including legal arguments, expert evidence and witness statements.