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|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by petetherock: 12:38pm On Jan 29|
please i need an expert advice urgently, i was denied in 2013 under 320 7(a) which is a category of visa refusal when deception was used, Its a long story. I ddn't get a ban thankfully, but what was written on the letter is that any future application MAY be denied under 320(7b) which is the Ban for 10years. Fast forward 2019, My circumstances have greatly changed, married for five years now and i have a son who is a U.S citizen. My wife who is a doctor is about to apply for her TIER2 visa to work in the UK and i and my son are her dependents. please i would like to know if we can go ahead and apply for her TIer2 as a family, I would like to know if past refusal under 320 7(a) would not jeopardise the application. i am just worried and i need clarity to alleviate my concerns. Thank you all in advance !!
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Unfelt: 1:47pm On Jan 29|
Hello, It will really depend on the year u were born... if u were born after the citizen by birth was cancelled then u simply apply for a tourist visa...no long story just put a copy of ur birth certificate just to pove that you were actually born in the Uk because it will b stated in ur Nigerian passport...You really have no claim to the UK if u were born after 1986 or so...
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Phenmeson: 2:06pm On Jan 29|
Good afternoon. My uncle is in South Africa studying, he has some qualifications. He is thinking of getting UK tier 2 visa which will enable him to work. I just need the best way he can about is application because he applied to some companies, but they are requesting him to pay certain fee inorder to reconstruct his CV.
Thanks you all
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Cyberknight: 4:21pm On Jan 29|
Let me speak to the separate part of your issue that I'm aware of, i.e. how 320 (7A) works:
About 320 (7A) - once you get that, I'm afraid you're virtually banned. The "may" in the "future applications may be denied under 320 (7B)" refers only to serious compassionate grounds for a visa grant. Such grounds are usually grave health conditions or the refugee/asylum scenarios, etc.
However, assuming the reason for your denial under 320 (7A) was overstaying, you just may have a chance. If it was for the use of false documents/making false statements, you need to conclusively show that you were unaware of this to slip out of a 320(7B) ban, which you should have addressed at the time.
Visa issues can also cut across categories - in other words, if you had trouble with a visitor's visa application, it can affect a student's visa application, for instance. I know someone who overstayed for a long while, returned, was denied visitor's visas twice thereafter, and a student's visa (for a master's) twice as well (came from a wealthy family and was fully funded and all that) until she gave up and went elsewhere. This however was before Theresa May brought in the new Immigration Rules in 2011. Things are apt to be even tighter now.
The new rules only make reference to visitor's visas being automatically refused in the event of any deception or fraud with previous applications of any category, but I think its only reasonable to assume that the reverse would also be the case.
Will this affect your wife's Tier 2 application with respect to you as a dependent? I can't say conclusively, not having come across someone who has your specific problem before, but I don't think that you can expect much leniency, if at all in today's hysterical immigration climate in the UK (read up about the Immigration Bill that was passed last night to give you a better idea of what these people are thinking).
Best of luck to you.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Jyyes: 6:46pm On Jan 29|
Dear justwise, good evening and thank you for the wonderful thing you’re doing here. Please I have a question. I had applied for the UK visit visa with my wife in October 2018 and we were giving 6 months visas each as first timers. We travelled to the UK in November and came back to Nigeria after 15 days. First question is, can I reapply in March before the expiration of the visa which is 25th April? because I plan to travel in May. Secondly, my wife has just put to birth our first child and she is 3 weeks old now, do I need to get a passport for her and apply for her visa too when I’m putting a new application for me and my wife?
Thank you in advance
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Seeyat: 7:59pm On Jan 29|
Please what does "Your immigration history" mean in UK refusal letter?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 8:24pm On Jan 29|
As long as you declare previous refusal you will be find in that aspect.
Yes you can apply for 2yrs but whether you will be issued or not its up to the ECO and documents you submitted.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 8:26pm On Jan 29|
Was that bit stated in her application?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 8:27pm On Jan 29|
Which year was that?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 8:32pm On Jan 29|
1. Yes you can apply in March no problem.
2. I'm not sure about this but you can check Nigeria immigration website about child passport to know if you can get her a passport or her visa will be attached to your wifes
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by seunice01: 9:27pm On Jan 29|
Good evening sir, please I need your candid advice.
I intend to attend a conference organised by British Society of Animal Science which will be held at Edinburgh Scotland. Although am a postgraduate member of the society. Sir I had paid for the conference £180 for students member and I also got an invitation letter from them. The registrar of my school had also given me a letter of introduction.
Sir I intend to use my supervisors statement of account, although am paying for my flight and accommodation but just that I don't have the money in bulk rather it's coming in piece meal from my poultry business. Do I have to submit my own personal account statement too? Or just my supervisor own?
Also I had traveled to UAE in 2014 and was also fortunate to get US visit visa in 2015 but I was returned at the point of entry and landed a five year ban. ( No criminal offence o). Sir, but this passport had expired and I already got a new one. Should I tell them of my US visit in my form? Should I go with the former passport.
Your candid advice sir @justwise
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Ojoaccess: 10:09pm On Jan 29|
Okay. Thank you sir
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ty01: 10:28pm On Jan 29|
Then you need to explain every unverifiable lodgement that’s significant to your account balance. You should backup each of your explanation with supporting documentation (where possible).
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 11:04pm On Jan 29|
That will not help your application by any chance, you have to proof that you are financially capable of sponsoring yourself fro the trip.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by seunice01: 11:36pm On Jan 29|
I'll work on that ASAP
What about the traveling history sir?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by muyo2001(m): 11:38pm On Jan 29|
Pls help, 13 years ago I left the uk when my student visa was not renewed and I could not finish my program then because I have some referrals to retake. Now I am planning to apply for a visiting visa on the basis of vacation. Pls what do you think my chances of obtaining a visa is.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Sugarkay(m): 6:50am On Jan 30|
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ab4m: 7:05am On Jan 30|
Even a day old child, you can get passport for him/her according to immigration officer whom I call when am about to get for 2 months old child.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Seeyat: 9:04am On Jan 30|
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by petetherock: 11:15am On Jan 30|
Cyberknight:wow thank you so much, i got in touch with an immigration lawyer and he made me realize that am not off the hook, and wants to make a request to the home office regarding reports on the issue, In fact am no longer interested, because i understand that all of this might result in waste of time and money until the period of timing is over, Thanks a lot and please if you can kindly relay this case to anyone who can give somewhat a varying opinion over this issue, maybe i might stand a chance with my wife's TIER 2 Application as a dependent Kindly Oblige me. Am really grateful for your thoughts is quite expository, God bless you.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by misspink: 12:35pm On Jan 30|
Good afternoon everyone,
Please i need the link for long term standard visitor visa ( 2 , 5, 10 years) on the new uk application page.I cant seem to find it.
Or does it appear at the payment stage?
I also couldnt see the category in the dropdown of the old uk visa application page meaning standard visitor visas have been migrated to d new platform.
Someone should pls clarify
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Egoliz4: 3:08pm On Jan 30|
Pls is there anyone that has received a mail from UK visa section with email UKHUBvisainfo?
I received a mail saying my application has been dispatched but prior to now I didn't even get any decision mail. And on TLS no decision has been made either. I'm confused
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by kprake9: 3:14pm On Jan 30|
I got same yesterday. and decision made was ticked today on TLS website.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Egoliz4: 3:56pm On Jan 30|
Oh okay. Thanks
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 6:58pm On Jan 30|
Avoid immigration lawyers ....they're scam. At least in Nigeria
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 6:28am On Jan 31|
You can apply for visiting visa if that's what you are going to the UK for.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 6:30am On Jan 31|
You have to be honest with your travel history because you will be asked in the form
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by labiowo: 7:20am On Jan 31|
Good morning,Guru in the house,I need your advice as regard my situation,I plan to spend my annual leave holiday in UK and my cousin want me to bring his daughter in Nigeria along to come and spend Easter holiday in UK, Hope it wont affect my own chance of getting visa? Thanks for your usual assistance
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by kprake9: 10:32am On Jan 31|
Good morning house,
I just collected my passport from DHL with 2 yrs Visit Visa issued.
l thank the house for all contributions, and am also wishing those that have submitted success in return.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by AGVV(m): 11:33am On Jan 31|
Good morning Sir, pls are u a member of British Society of Animal Science? If yes, how did u become one?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Sugarkay(m): 11:49am On Jan 31|
justwise:thank you, though I was thinking of applying for a student visa to further my studies there
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