The Court of Appeal has ruled that a judge had been entitled to quash a refusal by the Passport Office to accept a mother’s applications for British passports for her children. The case involved the Secretary of State for the Home Department v GA. The mother and children were British citizens who lived in “Country
Appeals, Administrative Reviews and Judicial Review Applications
Applications for visas and other types of applications can be refused. In certain cases these application will carried a right of appeal, in other instances challenge to the decision can only be brought by way of an Administrative Review Application or by a Judicial Review Application.
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Usually when a decision is refused, if it can be reviewed, the refusal letter, determination or judgement will set out how it can get the decision reviewed.
If you have right to challenge any decision on your matter, our Immigration Department will be able to advise you on the merits of such a challenge. It will be able to advise and represent you in any proceedings that you may have to take out to overturn an unfavourable decision, whether it is one from the Home Office or one made by an Immigration Tribunal or court.