In certain situations, challenging decisions through the Judicial Review procedure becomes necessary. This is particularly relevant when there is no automatic right of appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal or when all appeal options have been exhausted.
We possess extensive experience in utilizing the Judicial Review procedure across various cases, including visa refusals and sponsorship licence revocations.
What is Judicial Review?
Judicial Review grants individuals the opportunity to have decisions made by public bodies and some private organisations reviewed by Judges at the Court of Session, the highest court in Scotland. It is important to note that this review process is not a direct right of appeal but typically requires that the decision maker’s internal appeal procedures have been exhausted.
Grounds for Judicial Review
Any individual affected by a decision maker’s actions may petition the Court of Session for a review if reasonable grounds exist. The grounds for seeking a judicial review can include:
- allegations that the decision was illegal
- claims that the decision-maker’s process was unfair
- assertions that the decision was irrational and unreasonable
- belief that the decision unduly infringed upon an individual’s human rights
If you require assistance with a judicial review, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
How can we help?
If you believe that a decision maker has made an erroneous decision that has directly impacted you, consulting a Judicial Review Solicitor is a crucial step. It is important to note that there is a strict time limit of 3 months for initiating Judicial Review proceedings in immigration matters. Therefore, it is imperative that you contact us urgently.
Our legal team boasts extensive experience in handling Judicial Review cases. We can provide you with expert advice, assistance, and representation throughout the judicial review process. Additionally, you may be eligible for legal aid in certain circumstances.
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*Disclaimer: The above information is for general reference only. Specialist legal advice should be sought.
Latest update: August 2023