Most of the applications under the Work Points Based System (PBS) do not have the opportunity to appeal but at times an administrative review is allowed which is mentioned in the refusal letter if such privilege is granted.
The right to administrative review is only reserved for a period of 28 days and the decision post administrative review is also received within 28 days.
A period of 14 days is allotted in the case if the applicant wishes to appeal in the Tribunal Court if he resides in UK and 28 days if the applicant resides outside the UK at the time of the rejection letter. The applicant’s case is entertained only after the fees is paid.
In the case of in-country visa application, the applicant usually receives the application within 5-6 weeks and out of country visa application may sometimes take up to 6 months.
The applicant always reserves the right to appeal to the Upper Tribunal if he feels that there is no evidence to support the said decision or if procedure or law was not adopted by the court.