Two-time Paralympic champion Danielle Brown
has been granted the chance to prove her
eligibility for Rio 2016.
The British archer, 25, was banned from future disability events in November when qualification rules were revised.
suffers from complex regional pain syndrome - giving her
chronic pain in her
feet - but World Archery said it did not impact on performance.
Danielle Brown facts
The governing body has acknowledged an appeal by Brown
will be re-tested in Lilleshall in February.
"We are delighted that Danielle will have this opportunity," Archery GB performance director Sara Symington told BBC Sport.
"We continue to support Danielle
in and way we can and remain hopeful that following this re-classification she
will be allowed to continue competing."
Following World Archery's ruling in November, Archery GB - the UK's governing body - was forced to put Brown
on a four-month notice period.
It means that unless she
can secure a reprieve, the London gold medallist will leave the British programme and lose her
UK Sport funding in early March.
, who competes while seated on a stool to relieve the pain she
experiences when standing, said in a statement late last year that she
was "bitterly disappointed" with World Archery's decision to bar her
"My disability affects my life in every way and archery is the one thing that has kept me going," she
"It is extremely difficult to hear that the classifiers believe my disability doesn't impact my sport as it impacts every part of my life, including archery."
Paralympian Brown wins able-bodied archery title
World Archery will soon appoint two independent assessors - who have not previously worked with Brown
- to conduct the re-classification.
They will assess her
range of movement and medical records before delivering their verdict later in February.
maiden Paralympic title at the 2008 Beijing Games before securing gold as part of the English able-bodied team at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
As it stands, she
will be unable to defend the title she
won at London 2012 and is due to lose her
ability to take part in disabled events from the beginning of April.
will compete for the first time since learning of her
Paralympic ineligibility at the European Archery Festival in Telford 24-26 January.