Ask for reviewing your application with administrative review
Administrative Review is a procedure in which applicants of refused applications request their case to be reviewed by the Home Office. This review does not involve a judge but is usually quicker than the process for appeal.
A request for review can also be made if an application is refused. This is called Administrative Review and it is usually quicker than submitting an appeal. However, the review is only made by the Home Office and does not involve a judge.