If your immigration application has been refused and you think that the Home Office has made a mistake in reaching this conclusion, you can ask for a review of the Home Office decision by applying for an Administrative Review. The cases that can be administratively reviewed are those that fall under the points based system as well as other immigration categories that do not raise human rights grounds.
Your case will be reviewed by a different official of the Home Office to the one who decided your application in the first instance. Administrative Review is considered to be a quicker and cheaper remedy than an appeal. There must be proper reasons for asking for a review and there are strict time limits within which to do so.
Contact Administrative Review Lawyers
At Karir we provide specialist immigration services to individuals who are seeking to challenge the decision of the Home Office to refuse their application or that of the Immigration officials to curtail leave at the airport. If you would like us to assist you, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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