If you are familiar with any of the below scenarios, then you must also know that you have the right to appeal with Immigration Appeals Board as per below notifications:
- If your Single Permit Application was refused, you have a right to appeal this decision with the Immigration Appeals Board within three days of the notification of such decision in accordance with Article 20(2) of Subsidiary Legislation 217.17.
- If your Visa Application was refused, annulled or revoked by Maltese authorities, you have the right to appeal this decision with the Immigration Appeals Board within fifteen days of the notification of such decision as per Article 25A(5) of Chapter 217.
- If you received a return order to go back to your country, you have the right to appeal this decision with the Immigration Appeals Board within three days of the notification of such decision. The right to appeal is also stated in Article 25A(5) of Chapter 217.
Keeping proper documentation is of utmost importance in the case of appeals, as one would need to show proof of various circumstances such as justification for intended stay, proof of job skills for Single Permit Applications, proof of work, accommodation, and medical insurance for Visa approvals and so on and so forth.
Immigration, work permits, Visa refusals and appeals in Malta are delicate matters that need to be seen immediately since the right to appeal varies from just few days up to maximum of two weeks from receipt of these notifications. Our immigration lawyers are aware of this and have great experience and expertise within the immigration law in Malta and all the necessary processes. They work closely with the Immigration Appeals Board in Malta to assist you with appeals on removal and return orders.
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This article is for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.
Article written by Ms Charlene Sciberras, B.A. (Hons), guest writer, a marketing and business administration specialist with a special focus on corporate, accounting, and legal matters.
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