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UK visas are often rejected by the Home Office. If you feel that the decision on your application was made unfairly, you may be able to submit an Administrative Review. This process asks the Home Office to review your evidence after a correction to an aspect, e.g. your income.
You may also be able to apply if you feel that the Home Office has not properly considered a piece of evidence or supporting document. Your decision letter will inform you if you are able to apply for Administrative Review. If your refusal is not rescinded after you have taken it to Administrative Review, you may be able to proceed with a Judicial Review.
We have lawyers across the country experienced in submitting Administrative Reviews. With IAS, you will be guided through every step of the process and supported in your attempt to get the decision you are looking for. Call us now on +1844 290 6312 or use our online inquiry form to find out how we can help you.
An Administrative Review is only available if you do not have the right of appeal. Undertaking an Administrative Review means asking the Home Office to review your case with no new evidence. You will only be able to submit a review if you feel that the Home Office has not properly considered your evidence.
The decision letter you receive will tell you if are eligible or not.
If you are unsure about your right to Administrative Review, contact us today on +1844 290 6312.
To submit an Administrative Review costs £80.
You will submit this application and make payment online.
Decisions are usually made within 28 working days of the review being received. The Home Office will inform you when they have received your submission.
Once the Home Office has conducted their review, they will contact you with their decision.
This will either be that:
Comprehensive immigration advice tailored to you, with written confirmation
Full assistance throughout your entire application process
A premium service which allows your application to take priority position in your lawyer's workload
Full representation through your appeal, including physical representation if your case is heard by a tribunal
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