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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:28pm On Jul 25
joxiri: Hello house
Pls can u guys confirm if this means a visa application has been refused
I was under assumption if it's given
The email will say the visa has been issued
You very well know the meaning of the email content as well as you know the answer to your question.
Well, your application is unsuccessful
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 5:42pm On Jul 24
Castalia:
Thanks Vicjustice.
I will plan and add to the itinerary. That shouldn't be too difficult, though I have done most of the site seeing in earlier trips.
The reason I did not want to put too much on tours/site seeing is in order not to increase the budget by too much visavis my monthly income, and my account balance
Please what do you advice as per my business. Should I leave it out completely because of the tax issue? Even though I get income from there, it is not a 'salary' per se. I am including it more as a tie, than as a source of income. I actually have the Prepared Auditors Account & Revenue Collector's Receipt of Tax payment for 2013 though, but due to some long story, the Tax Clearance Certificate is not ready. Please advice
Do I need to include wedding pictures of myself and my wife. I think I saw some suggestions to that effect in the thread.
Lastly, can I get your thoughts on the suggestion about doing a valuation of the property made above (Thanks @superior1). That is an extra expense ooo, and I wouldn't want to do it if it aint necessary.
Thanks all.

An own business is a very good tie, but a business that is behind in taxation is short of the requirement and can be a good reason for failure.
As for your wedding pictures, this is not necessary for a person whose spouse is physically present, it is only appropriate for those who need to prove the genuineness of their relationship.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 12:18am On Jul 24
Castalia: MOD et all (justwise, Vicjustice, 3sh4life and all the gurus grin

Thanks for all the responses so far. They are enlightening.
I intend to submit my application next week, but just want to be sure if I am ready to go. This is my situation.

I am applying for a family visit visa for myself, my wife and daughter. My brother is a permanent resident lecturing in a university, and has sent the required docs.
ME: I have previously got 6months and 2year Visas. Travelled 3x, spent less than 2weeks on each occasion. Now intend to apply for 5years
WIFE: Wife was denied in 2010. We weren't married then. Reason was insufficient ties and funding. Applying for 6months
Daughter: Applying for 6months.

I am the sole sponsor. I work in a multinational coy and I also own a business (LTD) (a pharmacy), but my tax documents aint up to date. My monthly income is 600k, part of which comes from this business, so I plan to include the company papers and bank statement (should I include the bank statement?). I own 98% of the shares and am the sole signatory. I also submitted it in previous applications, so that's why I want to add it. I don't receive a fixed salary from the business, but funds from there are available for my use.

My balance at the time of application will be about N1.2m. Budget for the trip is 850k. of which the major expense is flight ticket (500k). I don't intend to spend a whole lot on visiting tourist sites, so I dint include that as part of my itinerary. Basically, I intend to spend 7days, my itinerary says - I will be spending time with my brother and his family in Wales (is that ok?). (So no cost for accommodation and feeding)

My wife works, but her salary is quite small (70k/month) and INCONSISTENT to say the least. (Though I am the one sponsoring the trip).She has received salary only about 3times this year. Hope that will not count against her with the ECO? I am her only tie to the country (and our daughter) and we are all travelling together. Her travel history is Dubai and Ghana. My real concern is for my wife since she has been refused before. I don't want a situation were I am given and she isn't.

Apart from the documents from my brother who is inviting us, I am submitting the following:
1. Work documents - employment letter, Letter to embassy from work identifying me and stating my leave days
2. Financial doc - My acct statement, my pay slips, the business account statement (and CAC documents)
3. Property - C/O of a landed property. I have a building on it, but I don't know how to pass that information across that it is not a bare land
4. Certificates - Birth certificate of baby, marriage certificate, (Does we need to write a letter of permission for our daughter to travel? bear in mind that we are all travelling together)

Any other thing to add? Any suggestion or recommendations?
Your wife's low income is not the problem here, there are other things that pose threats to your applications than her salary.
Your monthly income of N600k is impressive, but, you will have to prove the legitimacy of the sources of income, and as you have admitted that your company's is behind time in tax compliance, that is a problem.
You said you have nothing much to do or see in the UK except to spend 7 days with your brother? That too pose a significant risk as your travel would be seen as purposeless visit; it is wise to plan (or at least, have something to say about) how you intend to spend your days in the uk: activity plans are necessary.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:53pm On Jul 23
peace009:
Vicjustice, I do appreciate you so much. thanks.... what about the salary issue.. is it a must to have salary to my personal account becos i don't and have all my docs ready for submission... I have a personal savings accounts though but not like a monthly regular pay in a salary account..
As a businessman, you are not required to be regulated by basic or consistent salary formality, all you need is personal bank statement and proof of the sources of funds
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:38pm On Jul 23
esosa4real:
@vicjustice @silverb @justwise
Please yall, wanted your opinion or something, i was denied a Canada visa last 2 years because i applied late, and the passport wasnt stamped. Must i indicate that on this application because i planned to ignore it ooh considering how this people deny for flimsy excuses.
Also, do they really inquire from other embassies about status of an applicants visa history when there is no cause for it? Does the UKBA really do such enquires?
Thanks once again
Ignoring that aspect would mean a measure of deceptive tactic-by concealing a vital information: the omission would get you banned for 10 years in the (very likely) event that they find out.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:57am On Jul 23
peace009: PLS as the chairman/managing director of a limited company , does my personal account have to show my monthly salary and also have a personal tax clearance apart from company tax clearance? PLS PLS PLS ... I NEED SOMEONE TO HELP ME OUT.
Since you're the owner of the company which complies with tax regulation, you are not obliged to pay tax from any money that you pay yourself, you are a tax compliant businessman and you get your income from your taxed business, therefore, your business tax should cover you.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 5:50pm On Jul 21
mamaxxx: Quick question; My visa was canceled at the POE in the united states. i intend on applying for another visa immediately as i am going for the purpose of childbirth and time is not on my side. Anyadvice?

Ps. My visa was canceled for reason of insufficient funds
This is for you:
http://www.nairaland.com/1050974/warning-pregnant-women-travelling-abroad
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 5:29pm On Jul 21
Silverb: Hello everyone, got my passport today. I and my 19month old was granted 6month family visa, this site was of grate help to me even though i was so discourage of not applying. i had about 450k in my account and I felt I would be refused visa because that,i used just my bank statement in my application. I guess being married also helped,my advice to those of you applying, just be honest.
Your marriage has saved you.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 1:22pm On Jul 21
nickson03: No my wife does not have another child with another man is just me and my wife and my three children. Like i said is just me and my first son which is currently at thesame address with me in uk and my wife is going to aply for our twins baby which is just 6months. Would the accomodation be count as overcrownding if the mother of my twins aply for the visa. And do i need to suport the application with bank statement know that the twins are autmatic british citizen because i am british myself.
I thought your aparrtment would be over crowded by one person because, I thought you meant that your wife has an additional child to the children. Now, I think the appartment is suitable
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:57am On Jul 21
nickson03: Pls i need your advice. I am a british and my son is a british we both live at thesame address. My just had a twins babies and i been to nigeria to aply for the babies british passport which is currently still process by Her majest passport office in uk. Now my wife is coming to visit me and her son. And she need to come with the twins and i subjected that she aply for the twins uk visa since it is taking time for the passport to by out. My question is me and my currently live in two bedroom apartment and the tenancy agreement
State the maximum number of people is three and when my wife join we will be three however and i want to use the tenancy agreement to aply for the twins who are just 6 months visa since the passport is still being process . Since the twins are just 6months old would be account as overcrown to refuse they visa or would they not be count as overcrownd since they are just 6months old they will be sharing thesame room with me and the mother since they just a babies? Pls i need ur advice and i have also decide that i will also sumit the evidence of me aplying for their british passport with the application. Thank waiting for your reply.
If I understand your English, your wife (apart from the twins) has another son with a different man, right?
And you want her and the child with the twins to apply for visit visas, they would be staying in the rented apartment that is designed for 3 occupants.
First of all, how old is the other child? well, the child is expected to have his own room, and the 6 months old twins are supposed to stay in the same room with their mother: and as there is another person occupying one other room in the apartment, the adequacy of your appqrtment is now under question, so, that might be a problem amongst other problems
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:56am On Jul 21
deruboy: Morning my fellow nairalander, dis forum hs been so helpful to alot of Pple. God bless u all. Pls i need ur advice on ddocument i need to submit.
I travelled to uk in 2011 on study visa but doon wit my studies n bk in nigeria. Dis is my story .....
I worked wit d council yl studying der n i met a british lady who waas my collegue at woork buh much older than me lik a mother. She likes me so much n i got to kw all her families n her grand kids. Dey all come to my place to play wit me. Nw dt am back in nigeria d lady is ready to invite me to uk. And nw. Am nt presently working in nigeria. Plswhat r d documents do u think me n her needs to provide for my application to d embassy. Cos she iis ready to show any proof n to sponsor.
I hope mee nt having a job nw in nigeria wont b a problem for getting d visa. Pls i need ur advise on ddocuments i need to send to d embassy. N whaat she to will send to me in nigeria. Thkss so much all. Waiting for ur reply.
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Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:49am On Jul 21
mamaxxx: Quick question; My visa was canceled at the POE in the united states. i intend on applying for another visa immediately as i am going for the purpose of childbirth and time is not on my side. Anyadvice?

Ps. My visa was canceled for reason of insufficient funds
What's your question?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:47am On Jul 21
manchit: hi vicjustice
Can you please advice a bit on money lodging
I have to deposit 250000/- in to my bank account for scenhgen VISA as advised by my travel agent
I have made the following entries ( all amount are in indian rupees )
14 july : cash deposit of 30,000/-
15 july : cash deposit of 12,000/-
17july : cash deposit of 21,000/-
17 july : online transfer from my mothers account of 100,000/-
18 july : cash deposit of 15,000/-
Will I have to justify this for the interview? I and my wife are going on a group tour for 8 days to schengen countries.
My yearly income on the business income tax return slip shows as 2,50,000 for the last financial year.
How do I justify the cash deposit entries? Atleast the online transfer I can show it as a gift from my mother.
A travel agent that advices you to lodge money into your account does not deserve to be a travel agent.
I will advice you to flee from him before he forges any document that would get you banned.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:35am On Jul 21
SamyUIStudent:
grin Not really like that, Am seeing different price online and I don't know which of it is true...that's why am asking so as to be sure.
How would you then believe that mine is true, why not make the application first and then see how much that you have to pay?
Buy the way, if the price of the application fee is something that bothers you, then how serious are you about the UK visa?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:19am On Jul 21
SamyUIStudent:
Thnx very much but pls how much is the price in naira now
Are you so lazy that you want other people to do all the labours for you, and also feed you while you lay back and ask for every little thing without raising a finger to help yourself with the least things?

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Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 8:49am On Jul 21
fortress11: Hi Vicjustice
thanks for a brilliant job
You mean, you just registered in Nairaland, and the first thing you did was to commend my job with your very first post?
That is something appreciative. Thank you so much
Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 8:46am On Jul 21
calabaman:

Thanks for ur quick response sir. My parents are in nigeria... how do I go about getting dual citizenship. Sorry I dnt know my NI number


my birth certificate is of my place of birth in a hospital in Lancaster England
Check your birth certificate for your NI number.
It is a great advantage that your parents are alive to aid your citizenship application.
You can start the application process in this link:
https://www.gov.uk/overseas-passports/y
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:40am On Jul 21
SamyUIStudent:
Good Morning house, someone should pls help me with dis question
https://www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk/
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:37am On Jul 21
peace009: Gud mrng house.... pls i need help. there is a part in the form that ask 8.8 Do you have any friends in the UK? YES. what does the family friend needs to provide ? . He has already given me a copy of his passport n home address. does he needs to write a letter ? I have booked my hotel and my trip is based on holiday and sightseeing . Please i need help. Thanks
Your friend in the UK does not need to provide anything except he is the one inviting you. You are only required to fill in his details

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 12:43am On Jul 21
esosa4real: Yes she did, she would complete 1year by august
Pls bro help me with answers the other questions esp concerning appointment.
2.do I submit original documents, all thru?
Click on this link when you are ready to fill the form for the visa:
https://www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk/

At the end of the questionaires, you will be instructed on what to do.
Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 9:51pm On Jul 20
calabaman: Hello Mr Vicjustice and all
I need your well informed advice pls. I was born in Lancaster England in the year 1983 and returned with my parents back to nigeria the following year where I have been ever since.
Recently though I have been thinking about resigning from my job and emigrating back to the uk. So, I would love to know what kind of visa I can apply for?
OR
If I may have to give up my nigerian citizenship/passport inorder to pick up a british citizenship?
How do I go about it?....Your advice would be deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance
How about dual citizenship?
By the way, where are your parents, what birth cirtificate do you have, do you know your NI number?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:36pm On Jul 20
esosa4real: Hmm. I see now, thanks for the information. Anyways still wanna go ahead and try my luck because a colleague of mine in this same program was given a uk visa although she went with family. Quite optimistic, and am I allowed to show pictures from attending the past conference, document of research work performed during d conference? Can I also add an additional letter explaining my interest in medical conferences like this as regards career building?
By the way, I plan to submit next week, can I book an appointment today?
I've the ff documents:
-Payslips of past 3months
-letter of current appointment
-letter of introduction
-Proof of Medical License
-flight itinerary
-Medical conference invitation letter
-Receipt of Conference payment
-hotel reservation booking printout
-International passport
-Bank statement of past 6 months
What else could be of support?
Your colleague got a visa with a job of less than one year old?
Well, the Visa Officer probably tampered rules with logical reasons: my sincere wishes to you to get same consideration.
Travel / Re: I Was Given An Appeal From Finland Embassy by Vicjustice: 4:38pm On Jul 20
tonie4state: Good Day!
I was given an appeal from Finland embassy,they said all my documents were okay and original but the amount in my account statement is low.So am appealing this week .Please I want you nairalanders to help out with (1)How do I go about the appeal?
( 2)What is my chances of getting the visa?
Please your help to me will be highly appreciated. Tenx
On what ground are you making the appeal, that the vvisa officer was wrong about the amount of money in your account?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 1:24pm On Jul 20
esosa4real:

Thanks man!, really appreciate the enlightment. I do get the business thingy now. I am in a current employment which is for 1year. It's called Medical internship. I started October 28 last year and Wud end same this year. The conference is for Sept 12-13.
And was granted leave for Sept 10 - 17.

Pls oh, as regards the N600k, I stated in my form which am still filling that N200,000 for flight, N50k for 7days hotel in norwich n N50k for expenses, Plan to spend N350 total.
How Ona reason am?
I'm afraid it doesn't look very good now, with your current employment not up to one year old, you could be refused on the basis that your employment does not meet the mandatory requirement which is 12 calender months.
I understand that your proposed travel date is in September , but your application will be decided based on the current status of your employment as he future can not be guaranteed
Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 10:32pm On Jul 19
daybell007: please I need your assistance about these. My company is sponsoring me for study visa and all document to attest the sponsorship was also given to me but was given a post dated cheque to confirm that the money in the company's is meant for my use. Please can a post dated cheque be used as a means of proof of support?please I need your response as soon as possible
Being given the company's statement of account does you mean that you are entitled to spend from the fund, or that the money is available for your use, therefore, the presentation of the company's account can not satisfy the visa officer.
Let your company issue you a cheque with the amount of money that is needed to cover your trip, or let them pay the money into your account so you can present the evidence of fund with an official cover letter making remark of the origin and the purpose of payment/issuance
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 3:19pm On Jul 19
esosa4real: Good day people, i opened a topic, no one replied, so i post this here:
I would appreciate the input of justwise, darkchild, vicjustice, londoncool and all travel experts on this.
Recently, i was given the impression by some colleagues who work in the business sector that Medical Doctors are no longer given that privilege and special preference as regards uk visa applications.
They claim they "Business men" even stand better chances getting visas due to their High monthly cash inflows and outflows, which of course i know is an important factor, and having researched the uk guidelines thread, i happen to see that a couple of doctors were actually denied on "low financial history" grounds.
I am an intern working in a Federal teaching hospital and was planning to attend a medical conference in Norwich come September. I might not have a robust income but my payslips though not a constant figure, show an average of at least N150,000.
So do i stand a chance of getting a UK visa with that financial history? My current balance is N600,000
Well as regards UK-ties, i have a cousin there but not going to live with her, since am attending a conference
About my Nigerian ties, well i am still working as an intern with an appointment letter showing a 1year contract that would end by October 28 2014.
My travel history is sparse, been to India in 2010 for a medical conference (WHO group). Also been to ghana few months ago while on leave.
So this time am travelling for a 2 day medical conference which i have paid for and have made both Hotel and flight reservations.
Also, already filling my Visa form and have stipulated that i plan to stay in UK for just 7 days because that's the allocated leave of absence i have.
SO my brothers and sisters what are my chances really? Would they consider me as a practicing Medical practitioner? or concentrate more on my financial history? what are the real requirements apart from what i already know?
Your friend's comparison does not make real sense because, business is not a profession, it is only an occupation. A Doctor or a Teacher could be a BUSINESSMAN, so, the comparisons should be, a businessman who is a doctor vs a businessman who is (let's say) a Sociologist. Of course, the doctor gets priorities.
It is almost unheard of that a practicing medical doctor would travel to the UK and abscond to become an illegal resident, so, I would say YES, medical doctors are given priorities. Besides, doctors are highly useful and often in demands.
Your salary of 150k is ok to satisfy a visa officer, and though your total balance (of N600k) is not that great, but considering that you have a medical job to return to, you should be fine if you satisfy the visa officer about your purpose of wantng to travel to the UK.
You do not need a UK tie, therefore, your cousin in the UK is irrelevant to your application.
Did you say that you are not yet in your current employment for one year?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:40pm On Jul 19
daybell007: Thanks for your response to my previous question.I intend submitting my application fo study visa at the Italian embassy but I am confused/need clarification on it
I av BN nominated by the company I worked that they are going to sponsor me and cater for all my maintenace in Italy nd I av BN given a letter to confirm that nd as well company's account statement.the issue is nw d balance on d statement as at 14th of July is around 10m bt I av BN given appointment for submisson on 25th July.my fear now is that since it s a company account the balance might have reduced durn my submission and confirmation might be done on the account.pls kindly advise me as I am out of time nw.Pls
Please, next time, write in standard English and spellings.

Being given the company's statement of account does you mean that you are entitled to spend from the fund, or that the money is available for your use, therefore, the presentation of the company's account can not satisfy the visa officer.
Let your company issue you a cheque with the amount of money that is needed to cover your trip, or let them pay the money into your account so you can present the evidence of fund with an official cover letter making remark of the origin and the purpose of payment/issuance.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 11:33am On Jul 19
rukkiat: Pls I need your advice I have been to UK twice my second time of going to UK on my 2yrs visa I spend 8weeks instead of 3weeks I said in my form now d visa has expired and I want to renew I'd there any probability that am going to get d visa or can I write a letter and tell them d reason why I spend 8weeks instead of 3weeks
Pls I need ur advice urgently cos am abt to fill d form thanks undecided[color=#000099][/color]
First of all, you may be lucky if the Visa Officer does not look into your period of stay in the UK and compare it to your declared number of days to stay, but if the period of stay is looked into, though you didn't stay beyond your visa duration, but yet, you would need to give a serious explanation for staying beyond your declared time and to give satisfying explanation of your activities etc: your visa was probably granted in consideration of your declaration, therefore, it may be judged that your declaration was delibrate to mislead the visa officer.
If you have a valid explanation that would qualify your action as a result of change of circumstance, then, you may be fine, otherwise, you would be refused in subsequent visa applications because your intention can't be trusted.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 1:19am On Jul 19
Godwilling:
HELLO my people hope everyone is doing well .. please can anyone answer this question below. I saw it in the USA student section but no answer was given as am in a similar situation am wondering whether anyone can help answer this please. am new here so pardon any mistake I might have made in posting this.
Hi, fellow nairalanders, i need your assistance and input concerning my situation. I started my undergrad in the UK but missed my renewal date and tried to appeal it for over a year to no avail. I finally decided to come back to nigeria voluntarily and then transfer to the US this year. I applied for my student visa and then got rejected due to a silly error i made in filling my ds-160 - where it asked if you have any family in the us, i answered 'yes'. I truly don't have any family in the US. I guess that was the reason for my rejection because she didnt ask for any of my supporting documents. So here are my questions:
1. Would my previous overstayer status in the uk affect my entry into the us?
2. How do i prove that i have no ties in the us without getting done for misrepresentation?
3. How do i prove my ties at home with my family? (My father, who lives in nigeria is my sponsor)
4. Will my passport get stamped or my name get flagged if i get rejected a second time?

1) If they do background check on you UK experience, then, certainly it will affect your chance (and I'm positive they will
2) That is a question that only you have the answer to.
3) That is another question that you can answer best
4) Not necessary, they have your finger prints as well as your eye scan
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:09pm On Jul 18
LondonCool: Greetings everyone!!
Hey, LondonCool, what's HOT in London this summer?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:01pm On Jul 18
penfold:
@vicjustice
Loooong time, I can see you've been keeping up the good work...Kudos
I'm sure you'll feel like conking me for this question, but I'll still ask sha..
I'm not so conversant with US Visa requirements again, pls do they take the concept of 'cash lodgement' the same way our darling UKBA takes it too,or do they have a different set of rules??
I know it's a rookie question but pls oblige me...
Yes, it very much applies the the US as well
Travel / Re: Bianca Ojukwu,the Best Thing To Have Happened To The Nigeria Embassy Madrid. by Vicjustice: 11:41am On Jul 18
But how is the mother really going to cater for the kids? I don't think the Spanish authority was taking that measure to punish her, but rather for humanitarian reasons. Please, dodon't only give her back the children, I hope you are now going to cater for them all.

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