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Get Help to avoid complex Spouse Visa cases going to appeal


AWH Immigration Solicitors are hoping to reach out and offer their further support to those in the process of applying for their Spouse Visa UK, in light of a concerning government report regarding important immigration decisions.

Get Help to avoid complex Spouse Visa cases going to appeal


"It is cases just like this that benefit from having an expert look carefully at your case and show you the very best route for your individual needs. "
The Immigration Team



According to official figures released by the government this year, more than half of immigration appeals are now successful – calling into question the quality of the original decisions made by the Home Office that have huge ramifications for individuals and their families.

The data showed that 52 percent of immigration and asylum appeals were approved in the year to March 2019, with 23,514 people seeing their original visa refusals successfully overturned. This is comparative to the 20,306 individuals who had their appeals accepted three years prior. These figures unfortunately provide proof that many families are being placed into a state of limbo that leaves them refused status or denied entry to the UK.

With a Spouse Visa UK being infamously one of the most difficult visas to obtain due to the strict rules, our Solicitors want to draw on their experience to help individuals in the North West with this complex application, and ultimately try and avoid any form of appeal having to take place by compiling all the necessary evidence.

Solicitors working at AWH have been thrilled with their past successes in immigration cases. The situations are often so complex that it is undeniably beneficial to have a trained eye looking over the exact details. Spouse Visa applications are not the only visa processes that involve this great level of legal accuracy and attention to detail.

Recently, our immigration team dealt with a case that concerned a client who was initially unaware of the benefits of applying for permanent residence, as opposed to settled status. After his permanent residence status was officially recognised by the Home Office, it was able to be backdated to the original date at which he was able to acquire it. This meant that he did not have to wait the year-long period that he would have had to if he had remained with his settled status, and he could instead go straight ahead with applying for citizenship.

It is cases just like this that benefit from having an expert look carefully at your case and show you the very best route for your individual needs. AWH Immigration Solicitors Manchester hope that their immigration advice can help to lower the number of immigration appeals, and put successful Spouse Visa applications firmly on the rise in the North West, and eventually in the whole of the UK.

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