If you have applied for leave to enter or remain in the Isle of Man and your application has been refused you may be able to appeal against the decision. The applicant will be supplied with the relevant appeal guidance and appeal form at the time of refusal.
The appeal is the responsibility of the applicant and it cannot be discussed with third parties unless permission has been granted in writing permitting a third party to act on their behalf.
The appeal is submitted to the Isle of Man Immigration Office and the case is reviewed by the Isle of Man Immigration Inspector.
If the Immigration Inspector considers that the refusal is still justified, an appeal bundle is prepared and sent to the Immigration Appeals Adjudicator. The appellant and respondent will then be contacted by the court and dates provided for the hearing if one has been requested, otherwise the Immigration Appeals Adjudicator will make the decision based on the papers submitted.