Judicial Reviews

A judicial review is performed by the Administrative High Court or Upper Tribunal. It is a process of reviewing acts and decisions made by a public office such as the Home Office or UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).

If your visa application has been refused you can ask for a judicial review in the court of law. A review can be done for matters related to procedural issues and in relation to whether the decision was correct according to the law. For example, if the Home Office fails to take a specific section of UK law into account, the matter can be raised in the court for judicial review.

Judicial reviews are very complicated. Although anyone can ask for one, you should always seek legal advice where possible on applying for a judicial review. Sometimes, the JR can come back negative with even harsher implications for the applicant than the original decision by the Home Office.

Our immigration solicitors will thoroughly review your case to make sure that in case of a request for judicial review, the decision is likely to come in your favor.

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