UK Visa Success Rate | UK Visa Refusal Rate by Country 2018 Q2

UK Visa Success Rate 2018- Visitor, Work, Study, Spouse, Family

This covers the UK visa success rate and UK visa refusal rate by Country 2018 Entry Clearance Applications from outside the UK during April-June 2018. Apparently, the post highlights the UK visa success rate and refusal rates for all the types of entry clearance applications. Accordingly, the provides the details of UK work visa refusal…

UK Visa Timeline India: Visit, Study, Work, Spouse Settlement

UK Visa Processing Time from India 2018 after Biometrics

Perhaps, before making a UK visa application from India nearly all the applicants are quite keen to have a good idea about the approximate or average processing time. Certainly, the UK visa timeline from India varies on the case to case basis. Most of the non-settlement applications from India process within 3-6 weeks. However, a…

Immigration Appeal Success Rate and Tribunal Decisions 2010-18

Immigration Appeal UK | First Tier Tribunal Immigration Decisions

This relates to UK immigration appeal success rate and immigration appeal tribunal decisions from 2010 to Q3 2018. Accordingly, the post covers the statistics relating to first-tier tribunal immigration decisions and upper tribunal immigration appeal decisions. Immigration Appeal Success Rate is 50% during 2017-18 According to official statistics, immigration appeal success rate was 50 per cent during 2017/18, which…

Immigration Judicial Review Success Rate | ILR Judicial Review Success

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa ILR Judicial Review Success 2018

This relates to immigration judicial review decisions by Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum) (UTIAC) since November 2013. Moreover, the post provides details of Immigration Judicial Review Statistics such a tier 1 judicial review success rate. Here it is important to note that UTIAC decides applications for judicial review (JR) of certain decisions made by the Secretary…

UK Immigration Appeal Waiting Time 2018 | First Tier Tribunal

First Tier Tribunal Immigration Appeal Time 2018

This relates to UK Immigration Appeal Waiting Time 2018 First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).  Moreover, the appeal waiting times are for Asylum/Protection  (including Asylum, Protection and Revocation of Protection), Managed Migration, Entry Clearance Officer (such as spouse visa appeal timeline 2018), Family Visit Visa,  Human Rights, EEA Free Movement, Deportation and Deprivation of Citizenship appeals. If your past application has been…

Appeal Against Entry Clearance Refusal | Spouse Visa Appeal Form

Appeal Against ECO Decision on IAFT 2 or IAFT 6 Appeal Form

This relates to appeal against entry clearance refusal i.e. appeal against ECO decision. Usually, caseworker encloses appeal against entry clearance refusal form with the Refusal Letter for an application with a right of appeal. Moreover, these include an appeal for spouse visa, EEA, human rights and asylum claim from outside the UK. The post provides the…

UK Visa Timeline Pakistan 2018: Visit, Spouse, Student, Work

UK Visa Processing Time from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Mirpur

This relates to UK visa timeline from Pakistan for different types of UK visa and immigration applications from Pakistan. Accordingly, the post highlights the UK visa processing time from Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Mirpur. The UK visa timeline Pakistan starts when an applicant submit applications and biometrics at one of the following UK Visa Application…

Appeal against an in country decision on IAFT 5 & Removal Appeals

Appeal against Non-ECO decision from Outside the UK

This relates to File Immigration Appeal Against an In-Country Decision. An appellant can file immigration appeal online. An in-country immigration appeal can file against asylum, protection, human rights claim, deprivation of British citizenship. Form IAFT 1 Appeal Form is for exercising a suspensive right of appeal against an in-country decision made before April 6, 2015. However,  IAFT 5…

UK Visa Appeal Solicitors to Challenge Immigration Refusals

UK Visa Appeal Solicitors

This relates to how UK visa appeal solicitors can help challenge UK immigration refusal decisions successfully? If a UK Visa Application is refused, then one can either challenge the refusal decision or reapply with the requisite supporting evidence. Accordingly, depending on the type of application, one can challenge the refusal decision through an immigration appeal, administrative…

Spouse Visa Refusal Reasons UK

Common Reasons UK Spouse Visa Refusal

This relates to UK Spouse Visa Refusal Reasons in the light of spouse/partner visa requirements stated in Appendix FM to the Immigration Rules and related legislation. A “partner” is defined in paragraph GEN.1.2. of Appendix FM as the applicant’s spouse, civil partner, fiancé(e) or proposed civil partner, or a person who has been living together with the applicant in a relationship akin to a marriage or civil partnership for at least two years prior to the date of application. The post covers most common refusal reasons due to an inability of an applicant to fulfil suitability, relationship, English language, accommodation and financial requirements for entry clearance and leave to remain applications as a spouse/partner of a UK sponsor/spouse. There are many common reasons for UK spouse visa refusal such as the inability of an application to prove he/she comes within the definition of spouse/partner, which is the basis of a spouse/partner visa application. Similarly, refusal reasons relate to the immigration status of partner, age, degree of relationship, genuine and subsisting relationship, the validity of a marriage or civil partnership, the previous relationship, intention to live together permanently in the UK, immigration status of the applicant for extension applications, inability of an applicant to meet financial requirement, adequate maintenance and accommodation, and English language requirement. Moreover, a spouse visa application can also be refused due to suitability and general grounds such as applicant is not conducive to the public good, a refusal on basis of a deportation order, criminality, conduct, character and associations, false representation and failure to disclose material facts, current partner is not the same as at the last grant of leave.