Renewal of Judicial Review Application – Oral Hearing & Substantive Hearing
Once the JR application is refused by the Upper Tribunal (Asylum and Immigration Chambers) or the High Court, on papers, the applicant may renew the JR application to be reconsidered in an oral hearing.
Time to Lodge JR Application
The deadline to make this application is 09 Days from the date of decision of the Upper Tribunal (Asylum and Immigration Chambers) or the High Court.
One has to carefully consider the reasons given by the UT or the High Court while refusing the JR permission application on papers, to assess whether the permission application should be renewed at all or not.
The main point here is to identify an error of law in the decision of the Home office and also to address any reasons given by the UT or the High Court while refusing the JR permission application on papers. We rely on our really good team of barristers that we have on our panel for their advocacy skills and liaise with them to discuss best way to address the issues.
Outcome of the Permission Application (Oral Hearing)
The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chambers) or the High Court, whichever the case may be, may take one of the following actions:
- Grant permission for Judicial Review on all grounds
- Grant permission for Judicial Review on one or more grounds
- Refuse permission for Judicial Review
If permission is granted on all or limited grounds, the matter is then scheduled for a substantive court hearing at the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chambers) or the High Court and both the parties are issued with specific directions for the preparation of the substantive court hearing.
On the other hand should the permission to apply for Judicial Review JR is refused and permission to appeal to court of appeal is also refused by the Upper Tribunal or the High Court; an application can then be made to the Court of Appeal for permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal against the both orders of the Upper Tribunal refusing permission to apply for Judicial Review.
Substantive Court Hearings at the Upper Tribunal
Once permissions is granted, the matter is listed for hearing at the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chambers) or the High Court and we then prepare for the substantive court hearing, which includes complying with the directions issued by the Upper Tribunal or the High Court, preparing bundles for the hearing and a brief for the counsel and finalizing Skeleton arguments. Here comes the job of the Immigration Barristers once again and we really trust our barristers in arguing the legal flaws in the decision of the Home office or the Tribunals, and have won several Judicial Review matters for our clients. Working in liaison with our Immigration Barristers allows them to have a deep insight in the matter and to prepare the cases accordingly.
Following are some of the circumstances when a permission to apply for Judicial Review application in the Upper Tribunal UTIAC or the High Court, JR proceedings may be lodged against the decision of the Home Office, UKVI:
- The Home Office refuses application for leave to remain (visa extension or variation of leave to remain or Indefinite leave to remain application) without a right of appeal.
- The Home office refuses the administrative review applications made against the refusal of the visa extension or variation of leave to remain or indefinite leave to remain application.
- The Home Office cancels or revokes leave to remain or entry clearance without a right of appeal
- The Secretary of State Home department refuses to exercise her discretion (outside immigration rules).
- The Entry Clearance Officer (visa officer) in British Diplomatic post overseas / British High Commission / British Embassy refuses entry clearance visa application without a right of appeal or right to administrative review or administrative review has been exhausted.
- The Home Office refuses application for British citizenship.
- The Home Office refuses an application for sponsorship license to employ overseas workers or recruit overseas students
- The Home Office revokes sponsorship license of an existing license holder business.
How our Immigration Lawyers can help you with (permission to bring) Judicial Review JR process in the Upper Tribunal of Immigration and Asylum chamber or the High Court?
Our team of UK Immigration Lawyers can expeditiously deal with Judicial Review application in the Upper Tribunal or the High Court. Mr Intisar Chauhan, Principal Solicitor at Chauhan Solicitors, is an expert Immigration Solicitor in London who has been dealing with UK Immigration Laws since 2003. Immigration Lawyers at Chauhan Solicitors shall provide you with best possible Immigration advice / consultation and accordingly shall prepare your application for Judicial Review matter, under direct supervision of Mr Chauhan. After consultation, if you want us to start preparing your case, you can expect the followings from our Immigration lawyers;
- We are registered with Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for data protection that means our client’s information is confidential and safe with Chauhan Solicitors.
- Our Immigration offices are centrally and conveniently located in Wandsworth, in south west London (SW17) near Tooting Bec Tube and Tooting Broadway stations on Northern Line, offering our clients easy access to our offices. Our Immigration lawyers are within just 20 minutes away from central London by tube.
- Our existing and former clients believe that we provided them value for money and that they can trust us with their immigration applications to the Home Office, Appeals to the Immigration Tribunals, Judicial Review applications etc. You may find our client’s review in the Testimonial section on our website and on Google.
- Our Immigration Lawyers shall discuss your Judicial Review Matter in length and advise you on the required documents and procedure of your JR matter to the Upper Tribunal or the High Court.
- Our Immigration Lawyers have teamed up with the best Immigration Barristers in and out of London who are well equipped to advise on any complicated Immigration matter including Immigration or EEA application to the Home Office, appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Chambers (IAC), High Court, Court of Appeal and Judicial Review applications in the UK.
- It will be our aim to keep you posted at all material times during pendency of your matter, for this matter our clients can log on our website and keep a close eye to the progress of their immigration matter at any time.
- Our fees are competitive and we charge you in your immigration matters on agreed fee basis.
- We shall never surprise you with hidden charges/fees.
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