As mentioned in my previous question, I had a France long-stay visa refusal (the reason for refusal was "risk to public order/public security/health") in Dec, 2022. My immigration consultant filed an appeal in Feb 2023 to CRRV commission but we did not receive any response in two months which means refusal of appeal. Now we have file a fast track appeal to administrative court. If fast track appeal is accepted then in 2-4 weeks court can suspend the visa refusal and through standard appeal process, fate of the appeal will be decided. If fast track appeal refused then standard appeal may take 8-12 months even more. In addition we have written a letter to their ministry to check they have any record of me in Schengen integrated system (SIS)?
Worth to mention that I have no criminal record and I have never been in Schengen area so no idea why I have this refusal. The worrying thing for me is that my UK visa will expire in Oct, 2023 and I have to apply for skilled work visa in Aug 2023 and I am very worried that if by Aug, 2023 the French visa refusal does not erase from my record then this reason of refusal may affect my UK skill work visa. I do not need a French visa anymore so I only asked the court to suspend visa refusal and erase refusal record. Is there anything else I can do to get decision as soon as possible or any other thing which can support me in any way? I am really worried since this refusal and with every passing day I fear that French refusal may affect my UK visa and I may lose job in UK which I really like.