Appeal – Migration Court of Appeal

The judgement from the Migration Court can be appealed to another court called the Migration Court of Appeal. In order for your judgement to be able to be considered you must have what is called leave to appeal.

Not all judgements are considered in the Migration Court of Appeal. It only considers judgements where there are very strong reasons or if an important legal issue must be considered.

Not all judgements are considered in the Migration Court of Appeal. It only considers judgements where there are very strong reasons or if an important legal issue must be considered.

If your parents aren't granted leave to appeal from the Migration Court of Appeal, then the Migration Court judgement applies.

If you are granted leave to appeal this means that your judgement will be considered by the Migration Court of Appeal.

If the Migration Court of Appeal considers your case and approves your appeal

Approval means that the Migration Court of Appeal thinks that you can stay in Sweden. You will then receive a residence permit. Your pernts will be called to a meeting with the staff at the Reception Unit. If you and your parents want you to be at the meeting, you can.

If the Migration Court of Appeal doesn't consider your case or if your case is refused

If the Migration Court of Appeal chooses not to consider your case your parents cannot appeal this.

If the Migration Court of Appeal decides to refuse your case (say no) your parents cannot appeal this.

The reasons you have given have not been sufficient to get a residence permit in Sweden.

Last updated: 2017-11-09

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