I applied for UK standard visit visa (6 months) last month and it got refused due to some reasons. It was for tourism/visit purpose. If I want to apply again, I have to re-apply with all the fee paid again, or is there any appeal/review options also available with updated submission of documents?


Since April 2015 you can no longer appeal visa application refusals to the tribunal, instead, the correct route is to fill in a new application. There are exceptions from this rule, of course, you can read about them on gov.uk page dedicated to this matter but this wouldn't be a cheaper or faster option than filling a new and updated application.

But before you do I strongly recommend opening another question with a scan of your Visa refusal letter to avoid submitting a doomed application that will only attract another refusal.


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