I applied for a UK student visa in December 2018 but was refused on 6 December. I then requested administrative review on 31 December. On 25 January, I received one email about my application in which administrative reviewer said:

I am writing to inform you that we are currently conducting further checks regarding your application and I will write to you again once these have been completed. I apologize for delay in sending you response.

Now, [the required] 30 working days are up. Will I get a visa or again be refused? My class started already and I am waiting. Should I reply and ask how many days more days I have to wait?

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closed as primarily opinion-based by ThE iLlEgAl aLiEn, JoErNanO Feb 10 at 20:22

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  • Welcome to the site. While this is a question better suited to the Expat site, it is likely that it can't be answered, as you're asking for opinions. Under such circumstances, the only thing you can do is wait for the decision. – Giorgio Feb 10 at 18:21

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