An administrative review is a review of your visa application upon refusal which is carried out by a different Home Office official on your original application and documents. In review, you cannot submit new document or evidence in support of review. This is only a suitable option if you are confident that you have submitted all the correct documents but the Home Office made a mistake in assessing your visa application. For certain types of visa refusals, such as rejection of a PBS application, the applicants have the option of going for an administrative review.
If your visa application has been refused, please consult our immigration lawyers who will review the reasons for refusal and advise you accordingly. Our experts can help you in determining the best course of action such as appeal, administrative review or judicial review for your case.
At Mamoon Solicitors, we have a thorough understanding of how to make a successful judicial review application. For specialist advice please contact our team member on 0161 465 1814 or complete our enquiry form and we will contact you.
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