You may be able to appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) about a Home Office decision on your:
- visa application
- asylum application (also known as ‘protection’)
- permission to stay in the UK (also known as ‘leave to remain’)
- deportation from the UK
- entry clearance to the UK
The tribunal is independent of government. A judge will listen to both sides of the argument before making a decision.
Help you can get
You can get help and advice from a regulated immigration adviser.
You can also contact Citizens Advice.
Read the guide on representing yourself if you’re not going to have a legal representative.
You may be able to get asylum support (eg housing and money) while you’re waiting to find out if you’ll be given asylum.
Contact the tribunal if you have any questions about your appeal. The tribunal can’t give you legal advice.