A fiancé visa is permission to enter the UK with the intention to marry a person present and settled in the UK.If you or your partner have been refused such a visa by the Home Office or an Entry Clearance Officer, we can appeal this decision to Tribunal in the UK.
You will need to provide us with as much information as possible to show what was provided with the original fiance visa application, this will enable us to understand why your visa was refused and advise you on the best way forward with our help.
You may have been refused on whether you intend to live together after your marriage It is important for us to establish the facts of your case, as part of our assessment. If the facts have been misinterpreted by the immigration officer, we need to address this in your appeal.
If we agree that an appeal is the most appropriate action to take, we will represent you at every stage of the process, advise you on supporting documents and make sure that your case is given the highest chance for success.
Please complete our contact form which will allow us to assess your case fully. Alternatively, contact a member of our team on 01793 836 010.