Judicial review is a matter of last resort following on from the Pre Action Protocol Letter; it is important to note that judicial review is often an expensive, complicated and time-consuming process that involves challenging the Home Office’s delay before a judge
Before embarking on a Judicial Review claim it is vital that you give the Home Office an opportunity to respond to your complaints. Here we explain what a Pre-Action Protocol letter is
Before taking this step, you ought to have first tried to consult your local MP to ask if they will assist you in your complaint to the Home Office for delays in deciding your visa application. If your local MP is unable to assist you in rectifying the delays via a letter to the Home […]
Delays by the Home Office in deciding visa applications are increasingly common, here we explain what you can do about these delays and how to complain
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