We can lodge an asylum appeal with the Tribunal on your behalf and fully prepare your case for the hearing. Usually there will first be a short hearing known as a Case Management Review Hearing. This is a brief hearing for the judge to discuss the basic details and issues in the case. The case will then normally be listed for a Full Asylum Hearing which you will need to attend and give evidence.
We are able to represent you at the hearing or instruct a barrister to attend. If your appeal is successful and the Home Office do not appeal the decision then you will be granted a form of leave to remain in the UK. If you are unfortunately unsuccessful then we can advise as to whether you can potentially apply for permission to appeal to a higher court called the Upper Tribunal.