A decision letter from the Home Office refusing your visa application is surely not something anyone...
Administrative Review can be a complex process; however, by engaging RVS Solicitors, you can be assured that because we have successfully navigated this process many times for our clients, we can wholly take care of the matter for you.
The harsh reality for many migrants to the UK who have been refused a visa under the Points-Based-System (PBS), is that there is often no full right of appeal.
The process of Administrative Review offers hope for many of having a refusal reversed if it is believed there was a mistake when the adverse decision was made.
To apply, you will need to fulfil specific criteria, however, this route offers a good chance of overturning the negative decision you received.
How RVS Solicitors Can Help With Your Administrative Review
We understand that challenging a decision made by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is fraught with uncertainty and the fear of not being successful.
We always put the needs of our clients, and their loved ones at the heart of what we do.
We are a modern, progressive, efficient, digitally-based boutique law firm that time and time again achieves positive results.
Where we differ from most traditional law firms is that we tailor our services to your immigration law needs.
Not only do we provide a bespoke service, we care for the lives of our clients, and their families, and we do everything we can to make the process as easy as possible.
Our solicitors take the time to understand your circumstances, the details of your immigration case, and the basis for the refusal by UKVI.
Based on this knowledge, we will put together a comprehensive request for Administrative Review, which makes it clear the error that was made when deciding on your case, and why this should be reversed in your favour.
From the outset, you will have our direct contact information, and we will always make ourselves available to speak to you, if you have a question, would like an update, or would like to discuss any other matter.
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