Administrative Review

Administrative Review is a process to challenge an eligible decision and raise any case working errors which has resulted in the application being wrongly refused.

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Unlike appeals, new evidence is not considered during the Administrative Review process. However, the case worker may request for further evidence and in this instance, further documents or information may then be provided by the given deadline.

However, if your application was refused under the EU Settlement Scheme, you may be able to send new or fresh evidence to be considered by the Home Office UKVI in Administrative Review.

A Home Office Case working error is where the original decision maker:

  • Applied the wrong Immigration Rules;
  • Applied the Immigration Rules incorrectly;
  • Has not considered all the evidence that was submitted as evidenced in the eligible decision;
  • Failed to apply the SSHD’s relevant published policy and guidance in relation to the application.

There may be other case working errors which our expert solicitors may pick up on by perusing your refusal letter. Axis Solicitors has expert immigration lawyers who can advise and provide legal representation on the administrative review process and can be contacted through email at (contact@axis.lawyer) or by telephone on 0800 048 7573.

  • You will need to pay a fee of £80 for Administrative Review Applications
  • This fee will be refunded if the Administrative Review Application is invalid or successful.

  • Unlike appeals, new evidence is not considered during the Administrative Review process. However, the case worker may request for further evidence and in this instance, further documents or information may then be provided by the given deadline.
  • However, if your application was refused under the EU Settlement Scheme, you may be able to send new or fresh evidence to be considered by the Home Office UKVI in Administrative Review.

A Home Office Case working error is where the original decision maker:

  • Applied the wrong Immigration Rules;
  • Applied the Immigration Rules incorrectly;
  • Has not considered all the evidence that was submitted as evidenced in the eligible decision;
  • Failed to apply the SSHD’s relevant published policy and guidance in relation to the application.

There may be other case working errors which our expert solicitors may pick up on by perusing your refusal letter. Axis Solicitors has expert immigration lawyers who can advise and provide legal representation on the administrative review process and can be contacted through email at (contact@axis.lawyer) or by telephone on 0800 048 7573.

  • Usually, you should get a decision within 28 calendar days. The Home Office will write to you if they think it will take longer.
  • However, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can currently take up to 6 months or more to receive the result of an administrative review in some instances. If your application has been outstanding for a long time, please feel free to contact us.
  • If you have any further queries in relation to the process of administrative review, please get in touch with us to speak to our expert immigration lawyers to ensuring your application process runs smoothly, please get in touch with us on 0800 048 7573 or kindly email us on: (contact@axis.lawyer).

The potential outcome of an administrative review application can be as follows:

  • The application succeeds and the original decision is withdrawn; or
  • The application does not succeed and the original decision is maintained; or
  • The application does not succeed and the original decision remains in force but one or more of the reasons given for the decision are withdrawn; or
  • The application does not succeed and the original decision remains in force but with different or additional reasons to those specified in the decision under review.

  • If the Administrative Review is unsuccessful, you may be able to challenge the decision by way of Judicial Review within 3 months of the decision. To calculate the three months’ deadline please feel free to contact our expert solicitors who will go through the refusal letter and the decision decision to provide you with the best and honest advice as to whether you are able to challenge the decision further.
  • Our immigration lawyers are experts and can help you in preparing detailed grounds for your Administrative review application. Approach us on 0800 048 7573. We will discuss the case with you and assign you a qualified Immigration Lawyer who could address and thoroughly review your case.

  • No. You cannot submit any other visa applications if you have applied for an administrative review. If you do make a new visa application whilst you have a pending administrative review, your application will automatically be withdrawn.

At Axis Solicitors, we have a team of specialist immigration lawyers who will always act in your best interests. Client satisfaction is extremely important to us. Our Specialist Immigration Lawyers will assess your case and decide whether the application has prospects of success and advise you accordingly discussing the best way forward.

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