Make sure you understand why the Home Office has refused or stopped your asylum support. If reading English is difficult, ask someone you trust to explain what the Home Office letter says.
See 3 example reasons the Home Office often give for refusing or stopping asylum support. If one of these reasons is in your Home Office letter, look at that example for ideas on how to write your Grounds of Appeal.
Important: these are only example ideas. You must think and write about your own situation.
No. If writing English is difficult, it is ok to write a few sentences which explain why you are making the appeal. If you have an oral hearing, you can use the interpreter to explain your case in more detail when you speak to the Judge.
No. It is better to send your Notice of Appeal to the Tribunal in time. Remember, the time limit is 3 days after you get the Home Office letter (not including Saturday or Sunday). Write on the form what documents you are trying to get and say you hope to send them to the Tribunal as soon as possible.
Yes. After the Tribunal receives your Notice of Appeal, it sends you a Directions Notice. The Tribunal Directions Notice usually asks you to send more information for your appeal. It is very important you reply to the Directions Notice. The Tribunal gives you a deadline (a time and day) for when you must reply. See tip 1 of Preparing for your appeal for more information.
It depends on your situation.