If Tier 2 General Migrant entry clearance application (visa application) is refused by the ECO entry clearance officer (visa officer) in the overseas British High Commission / British Diplomatic post, the applicant will be given a right of administrative review of the refusal decision to the ECM Entry Clearance Manager that must be exercised within 28 days of the date of service of the decision.

There will not be any general right of appeal to the Immigration Tribunal against any such refusal decision of the Tier 2 application made by the ECO visa officer.

If the administrative review also fails, the matter then can be taken to the Upper Tribunal of Immigration and Asylum Chamber in the UK by lodging judicial review proceedings.

Challenging Refusal of Leave to Remain in the UK as Tier 2 General Migrant

Appeal rights for in-country applicants have also been taken away leaving them with the option of Administrative Review.

If the Administrative Review against Tier 2 General Migrant visa fails, the matter can then be taken to the Upper Tribunal by lodging Judicial Review proceedings in the Upper Tribunal of Immigration and Asylum Chamber in the UK.

Our team of UK Immigration Lawyers can expeditiously deal with Tier 2 refusal matters.

Mr Intisar Chauhan, Principal Solicitor at Chauhan Solicitors, is an expert Immigration Solicitor in London who has been dealing with UK Immigration Laws since 2003.

Immigration Lawyers at Chauhan Solicitors shall provide you with the best possible Immigration advice/consultation and accordingly shall prepare your administrative review application to challenge your Tier 2 General Migrant leave to remain application or tier 2 (G) entry clearance application to the British Commission under the direct supervision of Mr Chauhan.

After consultation, if you want us to start preparing your case, you can expect the following from our Immigration lawyers;