If your visa application has been refused, then you should have received a refusal notice. The refusal notice will detail why the Home Office did not grant you your visa. The refusal notice will also detail the relevant law within the immigration rules.
Quite often the language used and the immigration rules cited can be complex and difficult to understand. Unfortunately, we often see refusals simply because the Home Office have taken a subjective position about the applicant’s circumstances, even though all the correct documentation was submitted.
We understand that receiving a refusal can be distressing, confusing and costly, both in terms of financial and wasted time. We are happy to review your refusal notice, explain the reasoning behind the refusal and discuss the options you have.
It is very important that the reasons for the refusal are addressed in any subsequent visa applications. Although the refusal notice may state that further visa applications will be judged on their own merits, very often, the Home Office refuse further visa applications citing previous refusals.
Simply complete the form with the details required and upload the refusal notice. Once we have received the refusal notice, we will contact you.