If your FLR (FP) application for leave to remain on the basis of 20 years long residence is refused by the Home Office, you can challenge the refusal of your FLR (FP) application by way of an appeal to the First Tier Tribunal. Appeal agaisnt the refusal of 20 years long residence application should be filed with the First Tier Tribunal within 14 days of the refusal of the  application. We can provide the required legal help and assistance with challenging the refusal of your 20 years long residence application.

Why Choose Sunrise Solicitors For Appeal Against Refusal Of 20 Years Long Residence Application?

The immigration solicitors at Sunrise Solicitors are experts in dealing with immigration appeals against the refusal of 20 years long residence applications. The quality of our service is self-evident from the reviews of our clients about the service provided by our immigration lawyers. You can contact us if you are seeking legal help from immigration solicitors in London or Manchester in relation to your immigration appeal against the refusal of your 20 years long residence application and our immigration solicitors will provide you fast, friendly, reliable and professional immigration service.

How We Will Help You With Your Immigration Appeal?

If we are instructed by you to represent you regarding your immigration appeal against the refusal of your 20 years long residence application, the immigration casework to be carried out by our immigration solicitors will include the following:

  • We will discuss the reasons for refusal with you and advise you on the potential grounds for appeal against the refusal of your 20 years long residence application;
  • We will advise you on the chances of success in your immigration appeal against refusal of your 20 years long residence application;
  • We will advise you on the timeframe, the costs involved and the court procedures;
  • We will draft the grounds of appeal to challenge the refusal in the court arguing how the refusal of 20 years long residence application is unlawful;
  • We will advise you on documentary evidence to be submitted in support of the immigration appeal;
  • We will complete the relevant appeal form to submit the appeal form, the grounds of appeal and the supporting documents to the First Tier Tribunal;
  • We will liaise with the court (the first tier tribunal) after the filing of the appeal;
  • We will assess the Home Office Bundle (also known as Respondent's bundle);
  • We will prepare a brief to Barrister and instruct the Barrister so that the Barrister can represent the Appellant (our client) in court on the appeal hearing date;
  • We will prepare detailed witness statements of all the relevant witnesses who will appear in court to give evidence before the Immigration Judge of the First Tier Tribunal;
  • We will prepare the indexed and paginated appeal bundles of all the supporting documents and file the same with the court and the Home Office Presenting Officers Unit (HOPOU);
  • Where necessary, we will arrange a pre-hearing conference with the Barrister who will discuss your appeal case with you and advise you about the court procedure in relation to your immigration appeal;
  • We will do all the follow up work until written determination (decision) of your immigration appeal is recieved from the court.

Our Fee For Appeal Against Refusal Of 20 Years Long Residence Application

  • We will charge you a fee from £1,500 + VAT which will cover all our work until a decision is made by the Immigration Judge on your immigration appeal.
  • If you cannot afford to pay our fee in full at the time of instructing us in relation to your appeal against refusal of your 20 years long residence application, you can pay half of the fee at the time of instructing us and the balance can be paid within a month from the date of initial instructions.
  • It is pertinent to note that the agreed fee will not cover any disbursements to be incurred by  us on your behalf e.g. Barrister's fee for appearing before the Immigration Judge at the date of appeal hearing, court fee, translation of documents, etc.