If you have received a decision from The Migration Agency that you are not satisfied with, you have the right to appeal against the decision within three weeks from the date you were served (the day you read the decision).
There are several types of decisions from The Migration Agency that you can appeal against, for example refusal of residence permit application, decision on expulsion, decision on a return ban and declaration of status.
Our lawyers can assist you to appeal a decision from Swedish Migration Agency
An appeal must have certain content, relevant information about you who appeal and the ground for your appeal. The reasons for you appeal must be linked to the grounds on which the Migration Agency stated in the rejection and if you wish to raise new reasons for your appeal, you must be able to provide a valid explanation of why the information was not previously found.
If you want help with your appeal you will need to hand in a power of attorney to the lawyer that will hand in your appeal. Through it, you leave permission for the lawyer to represent you. If you would like our assistance in setting up your appeal, please contact us as soon as possible after you have taken part in the decision, as the deadline is very limited.
Appeal against a decision from the Migration Court
If you are not satisfied with the judgment of the Migration Court, you can appeal to the Migration Supreme Court. As before, the deadline is also here three weeks from the day you read the decision.
In order to have your decision examined by the Migration Supreme Court, you must first get a leave to appeal the verdict from the Migration Court. This applies since the Migration Supreme Courts task is solely to investigate specific cases where there is no guidance or if the migration court has not properly reviewed your case.