This page explains if you can appeal if your application is refused.
If your application for a registration certificate is refused on the grounds that you are not exercising a treaty right, you will have a right of appeal and the notice of refusal will inform you of this. You will not have a right of appeal if the application is refused on the grounds that you have failed to provide evidence of identity/nationality, or that evidence is not found to be genuine.
If your application for an accession worker card is refused and you wish to have that decision reconsidered, we will review the decision providing you provide your grounds for reconsideration of our decision within 28 days. Details of how to request a review will be given in your refusal letter.