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As confirmed in various relevant Practice Notes: Administrative review outside the UK and at the border and Visitor (standard): procedure, decisions on visitor entry clearance applications are specifically excluded from the administrative review regime (Immigration Rules, Appendix AR, para AR5.2).
The Practice Note: Visitor (standard): procedure states (at ‘Challenging refusals’):
‘Ordinarily there is no right of appeal or administrative review where a visit visa, leave to enter or leave to remain as a visitor are refused.The only exception to this is that a right of appeal will exist where the refusal of the application is also a refusal of a hum
‘Ordinarily there is no right of appeal or administrative review where a visit visa, leave to enter or leave to remain as a visitor are refused.
The only exception to this is that a right of appeal will exist where the refusal of the application is also a refusal of a hum
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