If you are in the UK and your application has been refused, you will be told in your refusal letter if the decision can be reviewed. This is known as an “administrative review”.
You can ask for your application to be reviewed if one of the following applies to your case:
– your application was refused
– your application was granted but you are unhappy with the amount or conditions of your leave
You may be able to appeal the decision if you are not eligible for an administrative review. There is a difference process for administrative review of a refused EU Settlement Scheme case. If your application was refused, you must apply for an administrative review within 14 days of getting the decision. You must apply within 7 days if you’ve been detained. We can also email the Home Office within 14 days of the decision if you are unhappy with the amount or conditions of your leave. It should be noted that you are not allowed to send new information or documents for review unless the Home Office have implicitly asked for something.
The result from the administrative review is usually issued within 28 days.
Here at Hurlingham Law we can give you an informed decision whether to apply an administrative review, to appeal the decision or to apply a fresh application. Click here for a free initial consultation.