If your application to the Upper Tribunal for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal against the determination of the First Tier Tribunal has been refused, you can file an application in High Court for Cart Judicial Review (JR) to challenge the decision of the Upper Tribunal refusing permission application. Such application for Cart JR should be made to the High Court within 16 days of the date the decision of the Upper Tribunal was sent to the claimant.

Why Sunrise Solicitors For Paper Application To High Court For Permission For Cart JR?

The immigration solicitors at Sunrise Solicitors are experts in dealing with paper application for permission for CART JR. The quality of our service is self-evident from the reviews of our clients about the service provided by our immigration solicitors. You can contact us if you are seeking legal help from immigration solicitors in London or Manchester in relation to your paper application for permission to apply for CART JR and our immigration solicitors will provide you fast, friendly, reliable and professional immigration service.

If instructed to represent you regarding your paper application for permission to apply for CART JR, the casework we will carry out on your behalf will include the following:

  • Taking detailed instructions from you and advising you about the relevant immigration laws and procedures to be adopted by the High Court in your application for CART JR;
  • Discussing your permission application for CART JR in detail with you and advising you about the weaknesses and strengths of your CART JR application;
  • Discussing with you the reasons given by the Upper Tribunal for the refusal of your permission application and possible grounds for a paper application for permission to apply for CART JR;
  • Instructing a Barrister for grounds in support of the paper application for permission to apply for CART JR;
  • Completing the Claim Form for Judicial Review and discussing the same with you;
  • Preparing a cover letter to introduce and support your permission application for CART JR;
  • Filing the paper application for permission for CART JR with the High Court;
  • Serving a sealed copy of the JR claim form and all other supporting documents on the Defendant and notifying the High Court of the same;
  • Considering contents of the Acknowledgement of Service (AoS) upon receipt of the same from the Government Legal Department (GLD) and re-assessing merits of the permission application;
  • Doing all the follow up work until decision is reached by the High Court judge on your permission application;
  • Discussing the decision of the High Court judge with you and advising you on the same including advising you on the next steps and course of action in your application.

Our Fees For A Paper Application To High Court For Permission For CART JR

You have the following funding options to fund your paper application for permission to apply for CART JR:

No Win No Fee

We can act for you on no win no fee basis in relation to your paper application for permission to apply for Cart Judicial Review if we find that the chances of success in your application are 100%. The fee to be charged on No Win No Fee basis will depend on the complexity of the case and chances of success in the case. If the paper application for permission to apply for Cart Judicial Review is unsuccessful, you will not have to pay any fee.

Agreed Fixed Fee

We will charge you a fee from £1,500 + VAT for our professional immigration services in relation to paper application for permission to apply for CART Judicial Review (JR). The agreed fee will depend on the complexity of the matter and the casework involved in the matter. The agreed fee will cover all our work until decision by High Court on paper application for permission for CART Judicial Review (JR).

Hourly Rate Fee Option

You can choose to instruct us using hourly rate funding option. The hourly rate can range from £200 per hour to £400 per hour depending on the complexity of the matter, the Post Qualification Experience (PQE) of the solicitor handling the matter and urgency of the matter etc.