Sometimes it is necessary to challenge through Judicial Review procedure. This may be where there is no automatic right of appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal, or where appeal rights have been exhausted.
We have experience of using Judicial Review procedure in a variety of cases – including visa refusals and revocation of sponsorship licence.
What is Judicial Review?
Public bodies and some private organisations can have their decisions reviewed by Judges at the Court of Session in Edinburgh. This is the highest court in Scotland. The review process is not a right of appeal but does usually require that the decision maker’s appeal procedure has been exhausted.
Grounds for Judicial Review
Any person affected by a decision maker may petition the Court of Session for the review if there are reasonable grounds for doing so. The grounds for the review are long and various. If you seek for assistance on a judicial review, please Contact Us.
How can we help?
If a decision maker has made a decision, which has had an effect on you, and you believe they were wrong to come to that decision you should consult a Judicial Review Lawyer. Please notice that there is a very strict time of 3 months to bring Judicial Review proceedings in immigration issues. Therefore, it is essential for you to Contact Us urgently.
To give your case the best chance of success, get in touch
To give your visa the best chance of success, and to reduce your stress, please contact our immigration experts.
If you wish to speak directly with one of our immigration specialists to get advice about business and personal immigration, or education in the UK and other visa issues, then please contact our Glasgow Head Office on Phone T: +44 (0)141 212 3355 or request a call back by completing the Online Form. You can also email us at email@example.com. More information can be found from Contact Us.
*Disclaimer: The above information is for general reference only. Specialist legal advice should be sought.