Immigration

AR Appeal & Judicial Review

AR Appeal & Judicial Review

Administrative Review

This is the first option when an application has been refused on a Points-Based-System. However, this is not used for Visitor Visa applications.

An Administrative Review is a process where a person can challenge a refusal on the basis it is incorrect due to a case working error. It applies to several different types of visa applications.

In the event one is requested, a separate team will conduct a review of the original decision, and check if it was made correctly. Monarch’s expert team of immigration solicitors can assist in ensuring you fully understand the process and we can fully explain why the application was refused.

UK Immigration Appeal

You have the right to appeal a negative decision by a court or government department which affects your life. This is a complex area of law, but Monarch’s team of expert lawyers can help you understand why you were refused, whether you are entitled to appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber and assist you in doing so.

Judicial Review

Judicial Review is another complex area of law but allows you to appeal to the Administrative Division of the High Court or the Upper Tribunal against the lawfulness of the actions of public bodies such as the UKVI.

Judicial Reviews will require you to seek legal advice, and our team will be able to assist you in gathering any evidence you may need and take the necessary step under the Pre-Action Protocol.

Contact our Immigration Solicitors:

If you would like to enquire for any of our immigration services please complete our online contact form here or send an email to us at [email protected] and one of our solicitors shall call you back.

Alternatively, please call our immigration solicitors on 0161 820 8888 for a no obligation discussion.

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Most frequent questions and answers

You will usually receive a decision within 28 days. If it is again refused, you cannot make a second application unless there are new reasons given.

If you are appealing to the First-Tier Tribunal, you must do so within 14 calendar days of the date of notice of the decision if you are in the UK. If it is a refusal of entry clearance, this will be 28 days (and can be extended in certain circumstances).

If you are appealing to the First-Tier Tribunal, you must do so within 14 calendar days of the date of notice of the decision if you are in the UK. If it is a refusal of entry clearance, this will be 28 days (and can be extended in certain circumstances).

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