An Administrative Review may be brought, if an “eligible decision” has been made as specified in Appendix AR of the Immigration Rules. An individual’s “eligible decision” may be reviewed under the Administrative Review process if they no longer have a right of appeal as a result of changes to the appeals system.
The Home Office, UKVI is known to have removed the right of appeal against refusal of specific applications that are made from inside the UK and this is done by virtue of the Immigration Act 2014. Based on the previous statement, an applicant will be given a right to pursue Administrative Review against the refusal of the application. From the date of the receipt of the refusal letter, an Administrative Review request must be made to the Home Office, UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) within a 14 day period and it must be made within a 7 day period if the applicant is detained.
In the case of a working error, an Administrative Review will consider whether an “eligible decision” is wrong or correct based on that error.
Administrative Review is obtained against the refusal of the following applications:
By virtue of Immigration Act 2014, the appeal rights against refusal of applications have been limited further from the 6th day of April, 2015 and the individual will only be entitled to appeal against: