Appeal is a formal request to challenge an adverse decision of an immigration application submitted to the Home Office. You can appeal to the First Tier Tribunal about the Home Office decision if you believe that the decision maker has not considered your application appropriately and accurately.
If the appeal has been refused and you believe that the immigration judge has made an error on law or an error of the facts, you will still have chance to challenge the decision by appealing to High Court.
If there is no right of appeal given with the immigration decision, you will be able to apply for Administrative Review or Judicial review.
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