Judicial Review (JR) in immigration cases is a process whereby an unlawful immigration decision of the Home Office UKVI or an Immigration Tribunal, as the case may be, can be legally challenged by way of legal proceedings in the court. Through Judicial Review (JR) the court reviews the unlawfulness of an immigration decision and if the decision is found to be unlawful, the decision is set aside by the court so that the Home Office UKVI or the Tribunal, as the case may be, can make a fresh lawful immigration decision.

Judicial Review (JR) In The Upper Tribunal (UT)

Free Immigration Advice For Judicial Review (JR)
Pre Action Protocol (PAP) Against Home Office UKVI
Paper Application To Upper Tribunal (UT) For Permission To Apply For Judicial Review (JR)
Renewal Of An Application For Permission To Apply For Judicial Review (JR)
Judicial Review (JR) In The Upper Tribunal (UT) After Grant Of Permission

Judicial Reviews (JRs) In High Court

Free Immigration Advice For Judicial Review (JR)
Pre Action Protocol (PAP) Against Home Office UKVI
On Papers Appliction To High Court For Permission To Proceed With Judicial Review (JR)
Application For Renewal Of Permission At An Oral Hearing Before High Court
Substantive JR Hearing In High Court Following Grant Of Permission

Cart Judicial Review (JR) In High Court Against The Upper Tribunal (UT)

On Papers Application To High Court For Permission To Apply For Cart JR
Application For Renewal Of Permission For Cart JR At An Oral Hearing In High Court
Substantive Cart JR Hearing In High Court Following Grant Of Permission

JR Appeal To Court Of Appeal

An Application To The Upper Tribunl Or High Court For Permission To Appeal To The Court Of Appeal
An Application To The Court Of Appeal For Permission To Appeal To The Court Of Appeal In JR Cases
JR Appeal To The Court Of Appeal Following Grant Of Permission To Appeal

JR Appeal To The Supreme Court

An Application To The Court Of Appeal For Permission To Appeal To The Supreme Court
An Application To The Supreme Court For Permission To Appeal To The Supreme Court
Immigration Appeal To The Supreme Court Following Grant Of Permission To Appeal

 

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