Certain decisions of the Home Office, while not attracting a right of appeal before a Tribunal, do provide for a right to an administrative review.
This is essentially an internal Home Office review of the decision to refuse your application.
You’ll be told in your application refusal letter if you can ask for the decision to be reviewed.
If you are in the UK, you must apply for administrative review within 14 days of getting the decision, or within 7 days if you have been detained.
If you are outside the UK, you must apply for administrative review within 28 days of getting the decision.
The Home Office charges a fee of £80 for administrative review.
If the administrative review is unsuccessful, you may apply to the High Court or Upper Tribunal to judicially review the decision.