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Administrative Reviews for UK Visas

A refusal under the points-based system of the UK does not offer a full right of appeal. A points-based system visa applicant may apply for an Administrative Review, which is a mechanism for reviewing refusal decisions. The applicant is informed in the Refusal Letter whether he is entitled to an Administrative Review or not. Visitor Visa Applicants and Short Term Student Visa Applicants are not entitled to an Administrative Review.

While requesting for an Administrative Review, the burden of proof is on the applicant that an error has been made by the visa officer and a visa ought to have been granted.

When an applicant asks for an Administrative Review, an entry clearance officer who was not involved in the original decision reviews the application and makes a decision.

A fee may apply for the Administrative Review. A request for the Administrative Review must be made within the time stipulated in the Notice of Refusal.

The applicant can not submit new/additional documents for Administrative Review, which makes the documentation process very tricky. Only an experienced visa and immigration expert / consultant is likely to succeed.

We have a long standing experience in Administrative Review and Appeal Process and have successfully won cases for applicants having multiple refusals in the past. The reason is simple – we are diligent and thorough and invoke innovative reasoning to fortify our cases.

Our knowledge of all visa and immigration laws as also an exposure to latest rules and procedures offers us an edge over our peers. To discuss your Notice of Refusal, click here.

 

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