Immigration and Citizenship Refusals, Appeals and Judicial Reviews

There were a total of 5,859 refusals for British Citizenship last year. Some of these may have been avoided if applicants had support in completing their applications properly and responding to enquiries from the Home Office timeously.

It is also important to ensure you understand what can count towards the residence periods that are accepted for such applications.

A refusal of a naturalisation or registration application does not bring a right of appeal. However, the Home Office must provide reasons for their decision if they chose to refuse.

If you do not agree with the reasons the Home Office has provided to you, or if you believe that they have not properly assessed your application, our immigration solicitors can advise you on a reconsideration or a judicial review.

However, it’s even better if you are about to make an application for British Citizenship to get in touch with our Immigration team at Stoke White today to help secure the best outcome.