Question: “My endorsement for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa was denied this week and I have requested for a review. Do you think the review will succeed, knowing that same competent body Tech Nation will do the review? Thanks, Johnson”
Answer: “Hi Johnson. Thank you for sharing your situation and asking your question.
In our community of Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa Alumni, I know up to 10 people, who had a successful review after the non-Endorsement decision. They have gone through the whole procedure of appeal and finally were endorsed after it.
And there are a couple of key aspects of the review procedure that influence the decision:
- An applicant cannot attach any new documents or other proofs to his or her existing Tech Nation Visa application, which was not endorsed
- Appeal for the non-Endorsement decision has its own time limits. The deadline is 28 days after the date of the unhappy email in the mailbox.
- The people, who are responsible for Review, were not involved in the initial process of Endorsement.
Knowing this, I am sure there is no conflict of interests between the Endorsement Panel and Reviewers. Hence, you can expect a fair and reasonable decision for your visa application.
At the same time, if you would like to have an in-depth consultation regarding this question as well as answers to your question about going to court regarding the non-Endorsement decision or any similar topics, you can contact A Y & J Solicitors, who have constantly worked with different requests from Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa applicants during the last years.”
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