I am algerian married to British citizen. I recieved a refusal of entry clearance for the following reasons : I have provided a degree in Interpreting and Translation in Arabic-French-English but ECO was not satisfied that this has been reconized By NARIC Uk as equivalent to a Bachelor's or Master's degree or PHD in UK. Also I am not exempt from the English language requirement under paragraph E-ECP.4.2. Also Me and my spouse do not currently live together and have not done so in the last ten years.
I would like to appeal against ECO decision. Would you please help me if this is a wining case if your services will represent me in appeal or in court.
Thank you for your question. You may be able to appal the refusal of entry-clearance on human rights grounds. However, you would need to come in for an appointment to discuss this.
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