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An applicant, either through their solicitor or directly, may ask the initial decision maker to review any decision. A review means that the applicant or their solicitor can submit further information in writing to the decision maker and ask them to re-consider the decision.

The purpose of the review is to allow the initial decision maker to re-examine – and if appropriate, reverse - their decision to refuse in the light of the new information which is being submitted.