1. Dear Goda, you really should go down the Administrative Review route and file what is effectively an appeal in the matter. The number of days which the statement didn't cover is only 4 days. Under the de minimis test you can argue that the error was so slight it ought not to have made any difference to the decision maker in reaching their decision.
2. Ultimately, the need to file a bank statement is to prove adequate financial resources to support your dependents whilst you live and work in the UK on a Tier 2 visa. As Tier 2 visas have to have an minimum level of income, you already had to show you had significant financial income to get the visa. FAiling to show 4 days bank statements makes a mockery of the financial resources test.
3. Additionally, there is the argument that Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act gives the right to a family. Preventing you from bringing your family to the UK based on a missing four days bank statements makes a mockery of the guarantee of family life.
4. So you should really challenge the decision by way of Administrative Review and argue on the basis of the legal principles of Proportionality, irrationality and Article 8.
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6. You should sent the Administrative Review from the Uk, not from the country where your wife is. Be aware it would be helpful if you had a lawyer, such as an immigration solicitor help you with it. Secondly, you don't need to send your passport with the Administrative Review. This is because any visa would be stamped on the passport of your wife and children, not on your passport.
7. Additionally, administrative review is simply a review of the decision on the same documents. They don't allow you to submit additional documents such as a bank statement which includes the 90 day period. So, you will have to leave that out.
8. I repeat that you don't send your wife's passport before the Administrative Review is heard. it is presumptious and foolish to send a passport before the case has been heard. Secondly, send the Administrative Review from the UK where you can get a lawyer to handle it. Not from Egypt where they don't know the fine nuances of English immigration law.