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My application has been rejected, what do I do now?

As of 30th June 2021:

  • 2,846,700 (52%) applications have been granted settled status
  • 2,329,400 (43%) applications have been granted pre-settled status
  • 109,400 (2%) applications have been refused
  • 80,800 (1%) applications have been withdrawn
  • 79,800 (1%) applications were invalid

The three main reasons for an application being refused were due to having a serious criminal conviction, unable to prove identity, unable to provide evidence of UK residency.

If your application is refused, the Home Office will provide you with their reasons and a right to appeal.  If the information contained within your refusal letter is not clear, you should contact the Home Office directly to seek clarification.  Alternatively, you could seek guidance from a qualified immigration advisor.

Last Updated: 09 July 2021