We challenge adverse immigration decisions

We challenge adverse immigration decisions

Challenging an immigration decision may be a daunting task and the ever changing rules on the rights of appeal do not make it any easier.

Some immigration decisions may only be challenged by administrative review, and then judicial review if administrative review does not bring remedy. Other decisions bear the right of appeal and have to be challenged in an immigration tribunal.

Whatever the case may be, we try as much as possible to take the stress off your shoulders.

Our work starts with legal advice on the prospects of success of your case. We will advise you about the applicable deadlines and procedures. It is really important that you contact us as early as possible if you want to challenge an immigration decision.

Once instructed we will take care of all legal submissions and preparation and service of the necessary documents. We will draft the grounds of appeal, prepare and serve the appellant’s bundles, take your witness statements and instruct expert witnesses if necessary. We will represent you in court and will correspond with the post appeal decision team until your documents are issued.

We don’t cut corners and take pride in our exceptionally high success rate.

If you are worried about an immigration refusal, we are the right people to get in touch with

You can send us your refusal letter and book a consultation to discuss the best way forward. But if you can reverse the time and get in touch before you made the application, please do so! This way you won't need to worry about the appeal.

What our clients say about us

“The Kadmos team goes above and beyond for their clients, which was quite comforting when the Home Office pressure started making me frazzled. We were extremely well represented, and it showed.”

Nicole Cobble

“I would like to thank you for your fantastic and kind work in overturning the decision on Mr Muhammed’s visa. We thought this wouldn’t be possible; we are quite astonished and very happy.”

Charlie Walker-Arnott, The Islamic Manuscript Association

“I found the whole team professional, knowledgeable and empathetic. I felt that my appeal case could not have been better prepared, in fact I do believe the team had planned for every potential argument.”

Kara Eigl