Making an asylum or immigration appeal without a lawyer

Back to resources

This page will provide you with some general advice about lodging an appeal against an asylum or immigration decision to the First-tier Tribunal if you do not have a lawyer.

CCLC would always recommend that you try to get advice and representation from a lawyer or regulated legal advisor before lodging an appeal. This information should not replace you getting specific legal advice about your case.

Below are some important things you need to know about lodging an appeal. There is much more information and a step by step guide to the online appeal process in the factsheet on the right of this page.

Right To Remain have created a useful online toolkit about appealing an immigration decision – it can be found here.

Download PDF

Download the full fact sheet