Don’t have the right to appeal for a refused case? Apply for a judicial review
A Judicial Review is a procedure which applies to refused cases where no appeal rights have been granted. An appellant may wish to apply for Judicial Review based on error of law or failure to consider the appellant’s Human Rights.
If an application has been refused and no appeal rights have been given, an appellant may wish to apply for Judicial Review if he/she believes that the Home Office made an error of law and/or did not consider the Human Rights factor(s).