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To appeal a Home Office decision, you need to submit an application form to the First-tier Tribunal. You can submit the completed appeal form. For most cases, you must use the online service to submit an appeal. You’ll need to create an account. You’ll also need:
Note that you can only appeal to the tribunal if you have the legal right to appeal - you’ll usually be told if you do in your decision letter, so it's important to check first before making an appeal. You also have only 14 days to appeal from the date the decision was sent. If you apply after the deadline, you must explain why - the tribunal will decide if it can still hear your appeal.
You can use the following link - https://www.gov.uk/report-immigration-crime
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