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Can anyone give some resonable advise on how it may be possible to clear someones name from the Immigration Black list.

We have tried several lawyers who claim they can do it but have just been ripped off and given stupid excussess.

At the moment we are trying the immigration appeal procedure but this seems to be taking for ever but is making progress and body got any resonable advise on may be a speedier way forward.

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What is the Immigration black list, and which country are you talking about?

Certainly if UK Visas think a false application has been made you would be barred from obtaining a visa for a number of years, is that what you mean?

Certainly there is a warnings index, but all that does is flag up your passport when you enter the UK and you could be denied entry.

I think you need to provide a few more details.

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Can anyone give some resonable advise on how it may be possible to clear someones name from the Immigration Black list.

We have tried several lawyers who claim they can do it but have just been ripped off and given stupid excussess.

At the moment we are trying the immigration appeal procedure but this seems to be taking for ever but is making progress and body got any resonable advise on may be a speedier way forward.

If you're awaiting an immigration appeal, presumably this is an appeal against a refused visa application? If so, the alternative is to make another application, taking care to address the reasons for refusal given in the first one. But I have to say I don't know how many people have done this and been successful.

If the appeal is against a refusal of leave to remain, there isn't much you can do to speed things up. If the applicant chooses to leave the UK the appeal will be treated as withdrawn. Any application for a visa to return would also have to be for strong enough grounds to overcome whatever reasons there were for refusal in the first place.

If by "black list" you mean the automatic ban that's been imposed on a visa application from someone who has made a deceptive application, or previously been removed as an illegal entrant or overstayer, then you'll have a tough old time appealing against it, and there ain't any short cuts.

I'm afraid there's too many lawyers work on the Charles Revlon principle, that "in the drugstore, we sell hope"

Without further info, there isn't much more one can advise.

Edited by Eff1n2ret
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Please put the country of your query in the title, it will get you a faster response and save many of us opening pages which don't apply. (Dial-up can be a bit slow at times)

(P.S. This is not a go at scream, but particularly the Brit's don't seem to accept that this part of the forum is Multi-Country)

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