Administrative review is a process whereby applicants can request their decisions be reconsidered by the Home Office if there has been a case working error and is the first available option for those decisions that does not warrant a right of appeal.
Points Based System applications by either the main applicant or dependant, including indefinite leave to remain applications under those routes made in the UK as well as applications made by Appendix W workers and their families are eligible for Administrative Review. A full list of eligible decisions can be found under the Immigration rules in Appendix AR.
Some of the case working errors for the purpose of making an administrative review under Immigration rules are listed below.
There is a fee payable of £80 for those applications made in the UK; a refund is provided if the review is successful. The administrative review must be requested within 14 days of getting the decision if in the UK or 28 days if the applicant is outside the UK.
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