After the appeal to the Upper Tribunal (UT) has been dismissed by the Immigration Judge at the Upper Tribunal (UT), the determination of the Upper Tribunal Judge can be challenged by appealing to the Court of Appeal (Civil Division). To appeal to the Court of Appeal, permission to appeal should be granted either by the Upper Tribunal (UT) or by the Court of Appeal itself.

Appeal To The Court Of Appeal

Application To The Upper Tribunal For Permission To Appeal To The Court Of Appeal
Application To The Court Of Appeal For Permission To Appeal To Court Of Appeal
Immigration Appeal To The Court Of Appeal After Grant Of Permission To Appeal

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