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Refusal to issue a visa to the UK is often enough. This happens not only when something is wrong with your documents, but when the visa officer did not notice any documents, confused and so on. There is a human factor. And this must be treated with understanding. And what to do in the event that the refusal you received is unfair? When you have attached all the necessary documents and are sure that they were with your visa application, and the visa officer writes that they were not. In that case, You need an appeal on a visa to the UK.
If the refusal is fair, although you do not want to admit it, you must apply for a visa again. So, to recollect a package of documents, pay a consular fee on a visa and wait for a decision. If you are not confident in your own abilities, we can help you. Contact us 063 59 58 501 · 097 221 99 69 · 095 610 75 21 or write a request for mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost of an appeal depends on whether you or your husband want to go through the hearing or not.
An appeal without a hearing costs £ 60, an appeal with a hearing (if necessary, you will be interviewed) £ 80.
If you paid the appeal with the hearing, your husband will be able to pass it, if necessary, for two. Your presence on the court is not necessary. The hearing is called in rare cases when the additional evidence provided for the appeal was not enough. In this case, the last chance for a hearing to explain your situation.
This process takes up to 6 months, and sometimes longer. You can appeal the decision of the visa officer within 28 days from the receipt of the refusal to issue a visa.
In some cases, it is really worth appealing the visa officer’s decision and upholding your rights if the truth is on your side. And we are happy to share with you our experience and knowledge and help you with the formulation of the appeal.