I was recently refused a UK tier 2 (General) category visa because I had forgot to send a english language proof certificate with my application.
I completely understand the reasons for refusal. However I also read the following excerpt from the Tier 2 Policy Guidance document.
Internet is littered with cases where the entry clearance officer has requested for the missing documents ex: Missing UK NARIC letter.
I have held UK visas before if anybody was supposed to be requested for documents it would be me.
I just want to know why some cases are treated differently than others. If the ECO has to follow the rules specified in the doucment above then why some applications and applicants are treated differently than others?
Should I apply for an administrative review quoting this?
Screenshot of the refusal letter