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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:21am On Dec 20
Carterh:

Here are the issues raised by the ECO
1. On the basis of evidence provided, you appear to have no dependent relatives and little in the way of personal income or assets in your own country.
2. Your spouse’s 31 October – 30 November 2014 bank statement shows periods of low balances and is overdrawn in a number of occasions. It is clear that funds in this account are subject to financial commitments. I am therefore not satisfied that his finances are as comfortable as you state or that funds held in this account are available for the purpose of your proposed visit.
3. In light of all the above I consider that you have failed to show sufficiently strong family, social or economic ties to satisfy me, on the balance of probabilities, that you intend to live the United Kingdom on completion of a short visit. Therefore, on the balance of probabilities, I am not satisfied that you will be maintained and accommodated in the UK without working or having recourse to public funds or are able to meet the cost of return or onward journey.
I just realized that your husband's account is guilty of Money Lodgement, therefore, i am of the opinion that you can't get a visa with such.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:15am On Dec 20
Carterh:

Thank you. My father in-law is a Doctor and doing very okay. But as u said i think we shud keep him out of it. So now that my husband works full time and earns £1400, and he will have at least £5000 or more in his account when we apply next month, do u think that will be enuff? And again do you think it's worth applying again or? I need ur advice pls.
I'm not in position to tell whether you can get the visa with the amount of money readily availabe, the answer has got to do with how long that you intend to stay for, what you would be doing in the UK, how your visit would affect his financial condition and importantly, what you would be returning to Nigeria for.
Also it is up to you people whether you want to re-apply or not, but there is no regulation forbidding you to re-apply though.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:27pm On Dec 19
Carterh:

Hey guys @justwise @Vicjustice . My brother just collected my Documents and it's rejected. I saw it coming though so....Btw my husband is so worried about it and he said we should re - apply. I told him we not going to do that till I get advice from you guys.lol I haven't seen the rejection letter yet but my brother told me they raise issues bout me not having strong ties to Nigeria plus my husbands bank statement plus they think he doesn't earn enough (£700) to take care of me for 5 months while I'm there blah blah. After all he stated in his later that he was doing part time job before but he is now working full time and he earns around£1400. And btw @Vicjustice they didn't say anything that shows they doubt our marriage. Nways now the thing is I have 2 plots of land in my name which was given to me by my dad, and I live in a rented property which was rented for me and in my name for 2 years starting July this year. Do u think that can be a strong tie even though I do not work? And do you think having £5000 pounds in my husbands account will be enuff? And because my husband lives with his parents in London, do you think we should include his dad's bank statement since he is providing accommodation for me while I'm there. And since I do not work, do I have to provide my own bank statement?
The two plots of land would be described as properties that stand in isolation, therefore, they do not represent tie.
Your joblessness wouldn't have been a problem had it been that the conditions of your husband's employment and his financial state is satisfying.
You are not required to provide your father in-law's bank statement even if he is accommodating you, yet, it is not a bad idea for your father in-law to get involved, but then, this will discredit your own husband and the application may be subjected to more questions especially if your father in-law is not very financially comfortable.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:08pm On Dec 10
THIS IS YOUR QUOTE AND MY CORRESPONDING ANSWERS. YOU IGNORED POINT NUMBER 1 AS WELL AS POINT NUMBER 4, THESE POINTS EXPLICITLY SUGGEST THAT YOUR TRAVEL HISTORY AS WELL AS YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES ARE NOT APPEALING FOR A LONG TERM VISA, AND YET, YOU CHERRY-PICKED POINT NUMBER 2 WHICH WAS A RESPONSE TO YOUR QUERY ABOUT YOUR INTENTION TO TAKE AN UNNECESSARY TRIP.
esosa4real:
Please I need yall input on this:
Just for Remembrance sake, i am the medical doctor who was seeking guidance/advice on my application around the month of August and i visited this thread everyday for a month before applying, got my visa and travelled for my medical conference. I also visited Brazil a month later for another conference.
i plan to visit the UK by Gods grace in july,2015 just for tourism. But enh, my 6months visa expires in february 2015. These are my questions i need clarification on as regards my next move(visa renewal).
1. Do you advice i apply for a 2year visa? am scared about that o cos i visited the uk once. Or is it wise to apply for another 6months?
NOTE: my travel history is this (Nepal,2010 for conference, Ghana2014 for tourism, Uk oct 2014, Conference+tourism, Brazil 2014 (conference + tourism)
2. Or is it compulsory i go once more before it expires in february. will it increase my chances of a 2year visa renewal?
3. My employment status has changed, i was initially employed in a teaching hospital but my contract has terminated. I am working in a private NGO with smaller pay + i dont recieve payslips like the former? is this not a drawback? what can i do?
4. Considering my travel hx and all, will i stand a good chance with a 2year visa request?
1) The 2 years entry clearance is not issued on the basis of sequence, but on necessity when considered a frequent traveller who is constantly in need of a visa.
2) Although, you were issued a 6 months multi-entry visa, but the number of times that you traveled to the UK is irrelevant, even if you didn't eventually make the trip.
3) If you're not up to one year in your new employment, then how can the visa officer be satisfied that it is an employment that is sustained?
And though, you do not necessarily need to provide payslips, but your bank statement is expected to display your earnings.
4) There is no harm in trying, but I don't think your circumstances as well as your travel history qualifies you for a long term visa.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:00pm On Dec 10
esosa4real:


Yeah we all concur!! But em @justwise, in my own case, oga @vicjustice suggests that travel history is irrelevant in my case!!

I jux confuse o! It's absurd to me that I went to UK once and wanna apply for a 2year visa next! So I need to know what the norm is! Do I go again in my multiple 6months? Or jux get ready my documents and prepare 4 2years renewal? Thanks
Please, do not take my comment out of context, re-writing it in your own word and thus making me look silly... take it in its totality and refer to the question that i replied to.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:18pm On Dec 10
deri20:
Good day all. I have been following this thread for quite some weeks now. We submitted our visa applications(son and i) on 1st December 2014 but just got an email that "Your visa has now been processed and is ready for collection.
We aim to return passports to the Visa Application Centre where you lodged your application within 2 working days'.

Guru in the house, does it mean that our visa applications were granted?

Please help me.
You've been "following this thread for quite some weeks now" and yet you asked this very question that had been asked and answered over and over and over again?
Well, the repeated answer is YES, your visa has been approved as the English clearly explained
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:10pm On Dec 10
charles005:
Justwise, please what should I do, I haven't heard anything about my visa
Lol, there has to be approval first before visa, I mean, you should be concerned whether you application will be approved before bothering about the visa
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:40am On Dec 09
Justaino97:
Please can I get a sample of the undertaking I should write when I'm applying for a student visa to ireland. Thank you very very much
What is the undertaking regarding, and what is the necessity for it?
Well, you might want to look up this link for some samples of format that can be viable for the job, simply edit the contents to soothe your purpose.
http://www.nairaland.com/757271/how-write-invitation-letters
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:39pm On Dec 08
peculiar2000:
thank you very much,I am very happy over your response,when we came back an agent told my husband that he will help us if we can give him 1.7M for the three of us but my daughter suggested we ask naira land. We are planing to appear again by Feb, do we go to Abuja or Lagos because I was told that abuja is better?
No visa application centre is better for reason of the location, every application is treated in its own merit, and the treatments are according to the rules and regulations setting the requirement standards for visa application. The decision making has absolutely nothing to do with the location of the embassy, it just depends on the individuals that are in charge of each case.
Once again, i like to strongly discourage you from paying any syndicate called "agents" with every emphasis at my command as i describe them as useless, meaningless, fruitless, needless, profitless, valueless, helpless, worthless, futile, inutile, ineffectual, vain, unavailing... plus any other word with similar meaning

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:58pm On Dec 08
esosa4real:
Please I need yall input on this:
Just for Remembrance sake, i am the medical doctor who was seeking guidance/advice on my application around the month of August and i visited this thread everyday for a month before applying, got my visa and travelled for my medical conference. I also visited Brazil a month later for another conference.
i plan to visit the UK by Gods grace in july,2015 just for tourism. But enh, my 6months visa expires in february 2015. These are my questions i need clarification on as regards my next move(visa renewal).
1. Do you advice i apply for a 2year visa? am scared about that o cos i visited the uk once. Or is it wise to apply for another 6months?
NOTE: my travel history is this (Nepal,2010 for conference, Ghana2014 for tourism, Uk oct 2014, Conference+tourism, Brazil 2014 (conference + tourism)
2. Or is it compulsory i go once more before it expires in february. will it increase my chances of a 2year visa renewal?
3. My employment status has changed, i was initially employed in a teaching hospital but my contract has terminated. I am working in a private NGO with smaller pay + i dont recieve payslips like the former? is this not a drawback? what can i do?
4. Considering my travel hx and all, will i stand a good chance with a 2year visa request?
1) The 2 years entry clearance is not issued on the basis of sequence, but on necessity when considered a frequent traveller who is constantly in need of a visa.
2) Although, you were issued a 6 months multi-entry visa, but the number of times that you traveled to the UK is irrelevant, even if you didn't eventually make the trip.
3) If you're not up to one year in your new employment, then how can the visa officer be satisfied that it is an employment that is sustained?
And though, you do not necessarily need to provide payslips, but your bank statement is expected to display your earnings.
4) There is no harm in trying, but I don't think your circumstances as well as your travel history qualifies you for a long term visa.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:44pm On Dec 08
Carterh:
Hi @justwise. I'm new on here and this is my 1st post. Been going through this thread n I can see u have been of great help to people, Kudos to u bro. My issue is I got married to a British citizen in early August in Nigeria. Being away from each other immediately after marriage is a bit difficult for us (he had to go back to uk for work) and we haven't reached the requirements for spouse visa so we decided to apply for a visitor visa so I can go have time with him, celebrate his 30th birthday amd new year with him n his family. I do not work but I do small Scale business where I buy and sell fabrics at home. I depend on my husband financially so he is going to be my sponsor. My husband sent me his 2 months payslip as well as his bank statement (unfortunately 1 month). I have mentioned in my application that I intend to apply for a spouse visa when I get back to Nigeria so I wouldn't wanna jeopardise my chances by over staying. I have all the necessary supporting documents including out wedding pictures and the rest but my worries is I dunno if they will give me a visa cos of I don't work plus don't have any family responsibilities which is ties with Nigeria. And then I said I will be there for 5 months....What are my chances pls?
You said he left for the UK immediately after your marriage: well, in the logic of a Visa Officer, that doesn't look like an example of a marriage that is credible or that is sustained, it looks more like one of convenience.
To be honest, it is hard to see how you can get a visa with just a mirriage certificate and pictures, but without reasonable physical togetherness. And also, your personal circumstances do not meet the requirements of a tourist visa: and the man that you are presenting as a sponsor does not have an acceptable bank statement nor does he meet the requirements in other regards.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 12:03pm On Dec 08
Justaino97:
I'm going to trinity college dublin. My fees for a pharmacy foundation year Is N4.5m which I have paid!! I applied for a visa b4 but was refused. Please how much do u think has to be in my sponsors acc so they could grant me visa
Was your visa application refused for reason of the amount of money that your sponsor has in his account?
Well, you might want to take a re-look at the original article of this thread to get familiar with the guidelines
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 5:19pm On Dec 07
peculiar2000:

Initially my daughter applied to Miami to meet her father's friend on a visiting visa , the woman is a citizen , an agent said its because the woman over there is a citizen that's why she was denied and also because she's young and inexperienced with no job, this time I'm thinking the woman thinks we want to go to Miami because of the woman because she said 'why Miami ' when we got to the embassy the officer asked why I'm leaving my husband and my other family and taking just my two babies I told her because others are married and my husband is at the port because he works with an oil company , that's all I said I don't know where I made mistake I don't know maybe its because she asked for places in Miami and we didn't really give her a good answer , thank you
Please, beware of "agents", these are people who brain-wash visa seekers to think that a visa application can only be successful with the help of an influential insider, or a paid professional mediator: but on the contrary, they are good-for-nothing syndicates who are the number one cause of getting people banned.
Example of such is your "agent" who suggested that your daughter's visa was refused because her contact is a US citizen: it is clear from this that he could have suggested her to lie in this regard whereas, being a US citizen has absolutely no negative effect to the application.
Regarding future application, I strongly recommend that you do Google search about the state that you want to visit, be familiar with the areas of interest and the airport of arival.
Read the opening article of thread comprehensively, and if you have further questions or concerns, ask here.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:12pm On Dec 07
peculiar2000:
I am a trained nurse I have put in 20 years, a grandmother, with 2 grandchildren. Last month I took two of my youngest kids to us embassy for a tourism visa ages 18and 14 but we were denied, though my daughter that is 18 applied for visa march she was denied, I later told her that I will be taking them for tourism by Xmas period which we were denied. Though she applied for Miami and again we picked Miami but the visa officer wanted to give us the visa but she asked my daughter if she have applied before she said yes as soon as she said Miami she just brought our passport forward,i'm 51yrs my husband work with one of the oil company's there is no way I could leave him my other children are here with their husbands, I have 15yrs more to put in. Soon I will be a director of nurse by then,please advice me on what to do bicos I am planing to try again my children just want see what america look like kindly advice me 82.000, is not a small money
peculiar2000:
I do not really know why we were denied but she used this statement 'why Miami ' , we want to apply again next year what do you think we can do?.... Thanks for your reply
Somehow, I suspect that the reasons for the refusals are related to the lack of geographical knowledge of American states locations and your declaration of your places of interest and activities as compared to your intended port of arrival and accommodation details.
The USA is way bigger than the whole of west Africa, and though, Miami is in same East coast with New-york, but the distance from New-york to Miami is further than the distance from Lagos to Abidjan in the Ivory-Coast.
Miami can not just be a reason, you didn't state the obvious reasons for previous and current refusals.
Please, provide details and I'll be happy to guide you through on how to make it successful... depending on whether you fulfil the requirements.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:56pm On Dec 07
Moukafoam:
Oga OP. Pls I have a sponsor in person of my elder sister, she has has been my sponsor right from the time of my secondary and University days. And now she want me to apply for a masters degree in the US or Canada. She is a citizen of the US with estates.

Pls do I stand a chance at all?
It depends on what she does, how much she's worth, why she's sponsoring you, what she'd benefit from sponsoring you, what you've been doing since you graduated, your marital status, what course you're going for, evidence of relationship and other circumstances.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:48pm On Dec 07
Justaino97:
hey hey hey don't be insulting nor rude here what's ur prob bro. U could leave if u want to and not trying to insult us
Comrade smiley
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:45pm On Dec 07
Ruggedbaba:

I repeat that you didn't read the post. You are implying that I am lying or posting under false pretense! I will hide from who? Has any one on this thread ever paid for my vacation? He is going for his second Masters degree.Perhaps, you want me to post his name and citation from Imperial College, London,then , we can ascertain who is the illiterate! Everyone on this thread as well , does not know how to use the Internet because by your understanding and logic,a person who knows how to use the Internet will not bother to be on this thread, all he has to do , is to Google it! Gluckauf!
A beautiful woman will not get offended if someone calls her "ugly", she'd just laugh it off: but an ugly woman takes offense if call ugly.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 7:54pm On Dec 04
Ruggedbaba:

It is distasteful and your reply leaves a sour taste in the mouth because it is clear that you didn't read my post.
My firm only send local staff to study at Gubkin,Russia or TU Clausthal, Germany. He got admission on his own at Austria,hence he is pursuing it , without backing from the Legal Department.
So, if you can't make a positive comment, it is more matured to let it slide.
I read your post and i got the contents. But the question remains: why are you the one striving for your "colleague", doesn't he know how to use the internet himself? I don't see what is offensive in what i wrote except that you feel i shouldn't point out the non-existing person that you put into the picture

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 11:53am On Dec 04
folashade1111:
I said No. But it is actually no because we are all travelling at different dates because of our various work schedules . ie. i intend to travel 23rd, my sister 21st, my brother 20th. Please i need a reply asap as i'm about to book my appointment for tomorrow. Also, do you know if a re-application takes long to process?
folashade1111:
They said a certain amount of money entered my account and there was no proof of source, and that was the last transaction before i printed my statement. I have sorted that out now. I just don't want them to refuse me again so that is why i am thinking of attaching my siblings and mum's visa/ticket pages.
You have just committed a violation called MONEY LODGEMENT, this is an express ground for REFUSAL. You can not get a visa with such account unless you are able to give a satisfying evidence of the legitimate source of the money.

Anyway, it is worthwhile to declare that you are all together in this trip howbeit travelling on different days.
Regarding whether re-application takes longer, well, NO, it takes just as long as it takes to apply for a visa.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:31am On Dec 04
folashade1111:
Hello, I'm new to nairaland. Just a quick question, I applied for a family visit visa to spend christmas with my sister who is a british citizen. I was refused. Now i want to re-apply. The question is, my other siblings and my mom also applied(we did not apply together) and they all got theirs. I did not mention it in my initial application that the entire family would be going to the uk for christmas, but now that i'm the only one that got refused, i want to know, can i attach my siblings and my mum's visa pages and their tickets? just to show that it is a family visit and i will be coming back?. When they asked me why i was traveling, i told them i want to spend Christmas with my family.Please i need an urgent reply! Thanks
Well, every application is treated in its own merit.
In the part of the application form that says, "is any one else traveling with you?" What was your answer?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:27am On Dec 04
ritaliciously:
Hello House, please i would like to find out for a friend who wants to renew his UK visa. he has applied before, got the first 6months muliple entry for family visa, he also applied again and got the 2year visa. Both were on invitation from his uncle. Now he wants to renew for another 2yrs. On teleperformance, is he going to apply like he is applying afresh even though its another renewal, cos there is nothing that shows renewal on their site. pleasde guys that have renewed successfully kindly assist.
Why is your friend not asking all these by himself?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:48am On Dec 04
omabroowniee:
Just a question please.If someone has applied to come to the UK as a tourist and has booked a hotel in London,he is issued a visa but later changes his mind about staying in a hotel and decides to stay with family in Birmingham,that means he's going to travel through Birmingham.Does this pose a problem?
If immigration officers at the port of entry detect the changes, you may have to explain why so: if your explanation is satisfying, it would be ok. But if they sense that you're trying to outsmart them, then you would be stopped and deported.
But even if you change your mind about your place of stay, it would be a big risk to cancel the hotel reservation which you declared during your visa application: immigration officers do check with hotels for verification
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:34am On Dec 04
tunaro:
Plz guyz...I really do need ur help...a family friend of ours is inviting me over to london...he's a red passport holder...he asked for some documents like school certificate,passport number,passport photograph,my full name,my parents full name,address,state of origin and their dates of birth which I've sent...he said he would book an appointment for me right from london and he would do the visa interview on my behalf but said I should get a bank statement ready...he said he would send some documents to me thru dhl which I would submit together with my passport and bank statement to the UK embassy here in lagos...but worry now is...I don't have a job and I don't have a dime in my bank account...My dad's bank statement is not that rich due to his low business activities....I told the man helping me and he said I should try and get maybe a local govt bank statement if I know someone in d local govt beside me...sincerely I'm really disturbed as this seems to be d only problem I'm having with this whole visa stuff....please I need ur help...I don't want to bug that man with all dis problem,I want to try and fix things in order to make everyfin go smoothly....plz guyz I need ur help asap...what should I do,what is the way forward for me?
First of all, that "family friend" is a 419 con man.
Now, the thing that you call "the only problem" is in fact the whole lot problem: when visa application is concern, there is no greater problem than not having money in your bank as a result of joblessness
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 11:08am On Dec 01
sabrinaqueenzy:
Hello house please ,I need an urgent response,I applied for UK tourist visa and I was refused, I am a student and also own a store, my store is registered(CAC) and I have a TIN number, when I wanted to apply I collected letter from my school,stating am a final year student going for Xmas holls to be back in 2 weeks before my graduation in march 2015,and I backed this up with all my school document. I filled my form and made a mistake :in the part where I was asked how much I receive monthly I filled 100,( I was thinking it was in naira which is 100k, I forgot it was in pound which is 26600k) and In my personal account I had 1mplus. I sell expensive hair n cream, the money that enters my account varies,as some months I have more while in other months I have little money. And again I was asked wen I started business I wrote 4/sep /2013, which was actually when I started,I put documents to back it up like, local government shop permit, LASAA original receipt,shop rent receipt,agreement form,and all my back dated receipt I have used to purchase goods,and also with pictures of me in my store n what i sell.I submitted my form and my result came out in 7 working day Refused.
The Eco said he refused me becos he is not satisfied with my account statement, he said I stated I have started business in 4/sept /2014( he made a mistake, I stated in the form I started business 4/sept/2013). And that I receive monthly income of 100 pounds, and I have 1m plus in my account, he is not sure of the genueity of the source of fund provided. He doesn't think I will return from the UK as stated by me, now my agent who help me befwith?aid he will attach a review and I will reapply immediately. Since I stated am going on the 20th of Dec 2014/ that they can still give me if I reapply. Please I will really appreciate if I get immediate response .thanks in anticipation.
How much money would you say you earn monthly on average?
Look, you can't be seeking advice from us if you already have an "agent" who dictates what goes... By the way, what is the agent helping you with?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:37pm On Nov 30
dammy09:
@ worry359, vicjustice et al

pls help with this, if there is money inflow into one's salary account apart from one monthly salary , can that cause a problem if one wants to apply for visa. Thanks
There would be no problem if the monies are from legitimate and verifiable sources
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:32pm On Nov 30
Justaino97:
please @ boss vicjustice I applied for an irish visa but I was refused with the following reasons

CP:- need to undertake the course in this state not demonstrated or warranted

F:- finances:- evidence provided is deemed insufficient or incomplete. The applicant has provided details that his uncle will cover his full costs. Insufficient evidence of why the sponsor of would pay the applicant rather than his own direct family is not shown. Evidence of relationship to sponsor is also not provided.

ID:- insufficient documentation submitted in support of the application

OB:- obligations to return to home country have not been deemed sufficient

OC:- condition - The potential cost of the trip is high in comparison to the applicants means, and given that no compelling reasons for the trip have been displayed, the visa officer is not satisfied of your intentions to leave the state following your visit.

OC:- observe the conditions of visa - the visa sought is for a specific purpose and duration:- the applicant has not satisfied the visa officer that such conditions would be observed.
SP:- gaps in education or employment not accounted for. No evidence of education or employment since June 2013

Vicjustice, for that last one, I have not been employed nor went to school during this period so please what do I do because I need to appeal...... A reply would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much
What are your circumstances like, and on what ground are you appealing the decision?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:15pm On Nov 30
Ruggedbaba:
A colleague of mine is in a conundrum . He got admission to study Masters in Austria, and also on company sponsorship. Since company policy rejects the use of company bank accounts for staff welfare, the money is usually transferred into the account of the Welfare Manager, who is also his Uncle. 3 million Naira was transferred prior to his application . The Alien Office at Austria contacted him through their Embassy in Nigeria, that he has to show more financial proof. He sent them a bank statement of 3 months ( that's d rule, not 6 months ), closing balance of 2.1 million Naira . He is worried about his chances of getting his permit!
@ all, I will like to hear from you all!
Doesn't your "colleague" know how to use the internet himself?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:13pm On Nov 30
managingpartner:
@ vicjustice, i applied for a UK visa in May 2014, but i was refused a visa because my invitee used a signature that was different from the one on his bio data page. To be candid, i never saw the difference until it was pointed out. All effort to make him sign his real signature did not end well. The visa officer said that the signature does not look authentic. I want to re apply but i want to use another friend of mine. What are my chances? Thank you.
In this circumstance, swapping from one inviting person to another (within a very short period of time) is a very good indication of your desperation to travel to the UK, therefore, your intention is very suspicious.
By the way, you don't need invitation from anyone in order to apply for a visa, therefore, you can do without asking anyone for invitation letter. Book a hotel
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:03pm On Nov 30
ssa:
Good day friends. Please I want information regarding applying for UK visa. In 2005, I applied for UK student visa and was rejected. I appealed the decision and lost the appeal. I want to reapply for a student visa using the new e-passport with same name and but different date of birth. I have used my new passport to travel to South Africa, Senegal and Ethiopia. I also have a valid kenyan tourist visa. Please I want expert advice if I need to answer yes to the question " Have you been rejected entry to the UK"? since I will be using a different passport with same name but different date of birth.
There's no way that you can escape the repercussions of this fraud if you ever applied for a visa for any European or western country. so, it is better you apply now and get your ban or you just have to forget about European countries for good.
Politics / Re: Please, Help Orem Onyango by Vicjustice: 9:26am On Nov 24
I know that the guy may look disgusting, but, please, don't look away, just look at his determination to live and find a place in your heart to show mercy
Politics / Please, Help Orem Onyango by Vicjustice: 12:12am On Nov 24

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3OOrVY9mUA
This is a 20 years old young man in Kenya, yet, i believe that Nigerians can help as well.
Please, find a place in your heart to donate for this poor guy in such a terrible situation:
O, how amazing would it be for the Kenyans to know that Nigerians are concerned and have moved with compassion...
Visit this site and see what you can do: http://www.helporemonyango.org/blog/
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 7:23pm On Nov 21
Fumike:


sorry i should av said dat.this is d only problem giving me sleepless night.the money has being in my account since d beginning of d year.should i just ask the bank to issue me a 1 month bank statement or i av 2 go 2ru anoda process and my school is resuming 5 jan and i want everytin 2 work out fine.
If my understanding in accurate, the 28 days stuff is for those who are being sponsored, but since you have the money, and it is already in your account, you should be fine

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