If you have been refused a UK visa, an Administrative Review is a way to challenge the refusal decision of the Home Office on the basis that the decision is incorrect due to case errors or mistakes rather than to challenge the reasoning behind a refusal. An Administrative Review differs from appealing a visa decision in that an appeal is considered by the court, an Administrative Review is considered by the Home Office to establish whether a mistake has been made.
However, you cannot submit any new evidence to challenge the decision or correct any flaws that were made at the time of the application.
If your visa application is refused, you will receive a notice from the Home Office outlining why this decision was taken and whether you have the option of an Administrative Review of the decision.If you are outside the UK and wish to apply for an Administrative Review of a decision, you will have 28 days to make the application. If you are applying within the UK, you have 14 days. When applying for Administrative Review, you must:
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