Immigration waiver appeals
Preparing an appeal is a laborious and painstaking process. We strongly recommend that you seek the help of immigration specialists who will help you avoid mistakes and, ultimately, exercise your right to stay in the UK.
Immigration waiver decisions can be of two categories: recognizing the applicant's full right to appeal and recognizing the applicant's limited right to appeal. If his full rights are recognized, the applicant may use any of the reasons set out in the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act (2002) as a basis for challenging the immigration refusal. In cases where a partial right of the applicant to appeal is recognized, the applicant can appeal to the arbitrator on certain grounds.
The applicant has 28 calendar days to file an appeal against the denial. The countdown starts from the day when the refusal was notified in writing to the applicant, and not from the day the refusal decision was made. However, the applicant can ask for an extension of the time limit for filing an appeal if he has compelling reasons to prevent him from filing an appeal within the time limit.