What is Administrative Review

Administrative Review is way to challenge the Home Office/entry Clearance Officer decision, if your visa is refused either within the country by the Home Office or out of country by the Entry Clearance Office then you can avail the right to challenge it by way of administrative review.

During administrative review you cannot submit a new evidence as it differs from appealing the decision.

Administrative Review and Home Office/Entry Clearance Officer

Administrative review is submitted to the Home Office/Entry Clearance Officer and it must be filed online. The outcome of the administrative review will be served on you within 28 days.

Administrative Review from Inside the UK

If you visa is refused with the grant of the Right of Appeal, you can then seek the facility to challenge it by way of administrative review. You should apply for administrative review within 14 days of receiving the refusal notice, however if you are detained then you must apply within 7 days. The fee to apply for administrative review is £80.00

You can only apply for an administrative review for eligible decisions.

If the home office official maintains the decision then you can still apply for pre-action protocol and then lodge a Judicial Review application to the Upper Tribunal.  

Why Choose Asher & Tomar Solicitors:

Our team of expert Immigration Solicitors based in London and Cardiff can advise and represent your complex immigration matter (administrative review) at every stage from, entry clearance officer, home office, immigration tribunals, upper tribunal field house, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Our expert Immigration Solicitors will endeavour to deliver the best outcome of your complex administrative review and have dealt with numerous administrative reviews

What is Administrative Review

Administrative Review is way to challenge the Home Office/entry Clearance Officer decision, if your visa is refused either within the country by the Home Office or out of country by the Entry Clearance Office then you can avail the right to challenge it by way of administrative review.

During administrative review you cannot submit a new evidence as it differs from appealing the decision.

Administrative Review and Home Office/Entry Clearance Officer

Administrative review is submitted to the Home Office/Entry Clearance Officer and it must be filed online. The outcome of the administrative review will be served on you within 28 days.

Administrative Review from Inside the UK

If you visa is refused with the grant of the Right of Appeal, you can then seek the facility to challenge it by way of administrative review. You should apply for administrative review within 14 days of receiving the refusal notice, however if you are detained then you must apply within 7 days. The fee to apply for administrative review is £80.00

You can only apply for an administrative review for eligible decisions.

If the home office official maintains the decision then you can still apply for pre-action protocol and then lodge a Judicial Review application to the Upper Tribunal.  

Why Choose Asher & Tomar Solicitors:

Our team of expert Immigration Solicitors based in London and Cardiff can advise and represent your complex immigration matter (administrative review) at every stage from, entry clearance officer, home office, immigration tribunals, upper tribunal field house, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Our expert Immigration Solicitors will endeavour to deliver the best outcome of your complex administrative review and have dealt with numerous administrative reviews.