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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by kunzzy4me(m): 8:33pm On Feb 13
[quote author=Uhtred post=86618546]Congrats. Went for my bio metrics today at TLSContacts, Abuja. Hoping for something positive. [/quote on

Congrat oooo....I got my UK Visa too on Monday
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by kunzzy4me(m): 8:38pm On Feb 13
corruptst:
I applied for Standard UK visitor visa online using self-service for upload of documents. My biometrics was on February 5th, 2020 at Ikeja. I got a message today February 12, 2020 from TLS that my passport is ready. Is that a good sign or a bad sign? I wasn't expecting it so soonx.
No isssue at all..I submitted my own application in Victoria island January 28th..and after 8 working days I was told my passport was ready ..ofwhich I did a courier for it..my passport came and visa was granted ..

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Johnadelaide00: 8:52pm On Feb 13
Thanks boss, this is the note
giselle237:
@john If you think it was wrong and u have proofs of this money that its urs and matured, pls send the reconsideration mails. At least we have seen a few turnovers here. Sorry.

Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Duchess313: 5:38am On Feb 14
Am really worried,I did my biometric on the 15th January 2020 and received the processing e.mail on the 16th.It's a month now and I haven't heard anything from the them,my intended travel date is 29th February.I don't know why its taken so long like this.Its a visit visa,I want to attend my sister's convocation ceremony at the University of London.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by bigtt76(f): 7:36am On Feb 14
Did you explain the whereabouts of the large deposit made into the account?

Did the bank statement you attached had entries to the N500k you earn monthly?

Did the large deposit form 90% of your account balance?



Johnadelaide00:
Thanks boss, this is the note
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by corruptst(m): 12:58pm On Feb 14
corruptst:
I applied for Standard UK visitor visa online using self-service for upload of documents. My biometrics was on February 5th, 2020 at Ikeja. I got a message today February 12, 2020 from TLS that my passport is ready. Is that a good sign or a bad sign? I wasn't expecting it so soon.

Visa granted.
Thanks to all the gurus in the house.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by knighteengale: 1:23pm On Feb 14
Congratulations...[


quote author=corruptst post=86643505]

Visa granted.
Thanks to all the gurus in the house. [/quote]

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by pufframmy: 1:38pm On Feb 14
share ur document submitted

knighteengale:
Congratulations...[


quote author=corruptst post=86643505]

Visa granted.
Thanks to all the gurus in the house.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by rheene009: 3:02pm On Feb 14
Hi Nairalanders,

I have read a few posts here regarding some refusals because of the large amount of money deposited into their account. As for me, I’m self-employed, I’m into real estate, my business is registered (business name tho). At least I make 800k-900k per month, I use my personal savings account for business transactions.
I would like to ask do I maintain the monthly payment of 800k-900k in my account or if I have a larger sum/transactions they shouldn’t go to my personal account to avoid been queried and denied.

Thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by corruptst(m): 3:09pm On Feb 14
pufframmy:
share ur document submitted


Salary: N200,000
Opening balance: N300,000
Closing balance:N1,200,000

Documents submitted
Employment evidence:
1. Employment letter
2. Letter of introduction from employer
3. No Objection Letter from employer
4. Letter of Leave from employer
5. 6 month payslips {Stamped)
6. School certificates
7. Other Certifications
8. Work ID

Financial evidence:
1. Letter of reference from Bank
2. 6 month statement of account (First & last page stamped)

Family evidence
1. Family picture (Group)
2. My graduation picture (with family members)
3. My dad's Driver's licence
4. My mum's national ID card
5. My older brother's International passport
6. My younger sister's family picture
7. Picture of I & my fiancee (Pixmixed including proposal pictures)

Others
1. Cover letter
2. Provisional flight ticket booking
3. Provisional accommodation booking
4. Letter of recommendation from previous work place
5. International passport


Accommodation evidence: Current Electricity Bill

Other things of note:
I spent only 50K from my salary every month. I withdraw in 5ks, 10ks but no withdrawal more than 10K. I have other accounts for emergencies & other things. I do not exceed 50K every month. Hence my disposable income for the 6 months reflected in my statement of account is N150,000 monthly.

I ensured no other money except my N200,000 salary enters every month. Even my Christmas and performance bonus was paid in a different bank account (I don't have time to be explaining to ECO)

What's in my Cover Letter?
1.Why I want to travel? I need a break from work. I've worked continuously for 3 years without break.
2. Why UK? UK affords the best vacation place in the world in terms of resorts, cultural diversity, football cultures, etc.
3. My financial situation
4. My travel itinerary (7 days)
5. Travel budget (500k)
Flight - Return ticket
Accommodation in the UK
Transport
Feeding
Miscellaneous
6. Why I will come back?
My fiancée
My parents (aged)
My job
My family reputation

7. I summarised my application.


If there's any other information required or questions, I will be glad to answer.
PS: I'm not a guru. I used all the information I gathered from this page.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Ibukun120: 4:00pm On Feb 14
The mail was sent to complaints@homeoffice.gov.uk.


The Letter Format
===============

Paragraph 1 - state your name, and details regarding your application such as GWF number, passport number, unique application number,date of submission, biometrics and collection.
Paragraph 2 - state the reason why you were denied, the same way it was written in the letter (you can summarise it).
Paragraph 3 - State your counter arguments to the reasons in paragraph 2.
Paragraph 4 - conclude the letter and humbly request for it to be reassed.

Kindly include a copy of your application, scanned copy of the refusal and the above letter in the mail

pufframmy:
pls can you share the email u sent the reconsideration letter to and format will be much appreciated thanks

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by KingsCrossing: 4:13pm On Feb 14
corruptst:


Salary: N200,000
Opening balance: N300,000
Closing balance:N1,200,000

Documents submitted
Employment evidence:
1. Employment letter
2. Letter of introduction from employer
3. No Objection Letter from employer
4. Letter of Leave from employer
5. 6 month payslips {Stamped)
6. School certificates
7. Other Certifications
8. Work ID

Financial evidence:
1. Letter of reference from Bank
2. 6 month statement of account (First & last page stamped)

Family evidence
1. Family picture (Group)
2. My graduation picture (with family members)
3. My dad's Driver's licence
4. My mum's national ID card
5. My older brother's International passport
6. My younger sister's family picture
7. Picture of I & my fiancee (Pixmixed including proposal pictures)

Others
1. Cover letter
2. Provisional flight ticket booking
3. Provisional accommodation booking
4. Letter of recommendation from previous work place
5. International passport


Accommodation evidence: Current Electricity Bill

Other things of note:
I spent only 50K from my salary every month. I withdraw in 5ks, 10ks but no withdrawal more than 10K. I have other accounts for emergencies & other things. I do not exceed 50K every month. Hence my disposable income for the 6 months reflected in my statement of account is N150,000 monthly.

I ensured no other money except my N200,000 salary enters every month. Even my Christmas and performance bonus was paid in a different bank account (I don't have time to be explaining to ECO)

What's in my Cover Letter?
1.Why I want to travel? I need a break from work. I've worked continuously for 3 years without break.
2. Why UK? UK affords the best vacation place in the world in terms of resorts, cultural diversity, football cultures, etc.
3. My financial situation
4. My travel itinerary (7 days)
5. Travel budget (500k)
Flight - Return ticket
Accommodation in the UK
Transport
Feeding
Miscellaneous
6. Why I will come back?
My fiancée
My parents (aged)
My job
My family reputation

7. I summarised my application.


If there's any other information required or questions, I will be glad to answer.
PS: I'm not a guru. I used all the information I gathered from this page.



From your write up, you said that you worked consistently for 3 years and you have only 300k as opening credit (this is actually a red flag because it signified that your disposal is not actually how you portrayed it. Even, had you made some investments you should have provided proof as evidence as part of list of submitted docs), then you saved up your disposal income for 6 months to get the closing credit of 1,200,000 Naira.

My point is that no body knows what the ECO are actually considering, especially for those that are asking for documents submitted. My advise is ensure your financial capability is tight and reflects clearly on your submitted bank statement and also do your homework well.


Many congrats!!

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 4:32pm On Feb 14
KingsCrossing:

From your write up, you said that you worked consistently for 3 years and you have only 300k as opening credit (this is actually a red flag because it signified that your disposal is not actually how you portrayed it. Even, had you made some investments you should have provided proof as evidence as part of list of submitted docs), then you saved up your disposal income for 6 months to get the closing credit of 1,200,000 Naira.
I do not think it’s a red flag per say. What if he didn’t want a holiday before hence he wasn’t saving up... now he wants to take a holiday he has decided on the United Kingdom. He wants to save up for it bcus working has been stressful for the last 3 yrs... I have seen an opening balance of 1k with closing balance of 1.8m after 6 months get the visa... salary was 320k, disposable income 300k.. I sort of think they are more comfortable with ‘good’ salaried accounts as against self employed ppl with credits all over the place and not separating business from personal funds.
Even if you were an ECO and u see some people’s statement of account that they use for uk visa app, u will know that the person is lying... so so huge credits everywhere.. trying to give a false impression
If u truly don’t have energy to explain, stay clear of unecessary money lodgements for that 6 months.. u will hear stories like my friend was repaying loan I gave him, my this dashed me money, my rent money, my invoice, my receipt.. all just before u applied for visa. Why were u not dashed this money since? If u were an ECO this is how u would think.

Most people have minimum of 2 bank accounts, for that 6 months period avoid any funny deposit in the account u want to submit, give ur friends and family the 2nd account number... I don’t understand why this is hard.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by corruptst(m): 4:34pm On Feb 14
KingsCrossing:

From your write up, you said that you worked consistently for 3 years and you have only 300k as opening credit (this is actually a red flag because it signified that your disposal is not actually how you portrayed it. Even, had you made some investments you should have provided proof as evidence as part of list of submitted docs), then you saved up your disposal income for 6 months to get the closing credit of 1,200,000 Naira.

My point is that no body knows what the ECO are actually considering, especially for those that are asking for documents submitted. My advise is ensure your financial capability is tight and reflects clearly on your submitted bank statement and also do your homework well.


Many congrats!!

Thank you for the input. I made it clear to the ECO in the cover letter that I just recently got engaged which involved spending quite a lot of money as traditional customs demand in Nigeria, I attached the pictures. I also made it clear that I have other bank accounts which I run for personal stuffs like petty businesses. Like you rightly said, it's the ECO that knows what he's looking for. I feel one just needs to be honest in what you try to sell to them. They can almost always decipher whether you are lying or not.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 5:00pm On Feb 14
Please separate your business from your salary/personal funds.
Business funds for business.
Salary or fixed monthly payment and personal funds for you. This is to avoid unnecessary explanation, confusion, pain to the ECO’s eyes and impending denial.
rheene009:
Hi Nairalanders, I have read a few posts here regarding some refusals because of the large amount of money deposited into their account. As for me, I’m self-employed, I’m into real estate, my business is registered (business name tho). At least I make 800k-900k per month, I use my personal savings account for business transactions.
I would like to ask do I maintain the monthly payment of 800k-900k in my account or if I have a larger sum/transactions they shouldn’t go to my personal account to avoid been queried and denied.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by rheene009: 5:15pm On Feb 14
giselle237:
Please separate your business from your salary/personal funds.
Business funds for business.
Salary or fixed monthly payment and personal funds for you. This is to avoid unnecessary explanation, confusion, pain to the ECO’s eyes and impending denial.
the thing is I don't have a business account.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by pufframmy: 5:56pm On Feb 14
thanks for sharing
corruptst:


Salary: N200,000
Opening balance: N300,000
Closing balance:N1,200,000

Documents submitted
Employment evidence:
1. Employment letter
2. Letter of introduction from employer
3. No Objection Letter from employer
4. Letter of Leave from employer
5. 6 month payslips {Stamped)
6. School certificates
7. Other Certifications
8. Work ID

Financial evidence:
1. Letter of reference from Bank
2. 6 month statement of account (First & last page stamped)

Family evidence
1. Family picture (Group)
2. My graduation picture (with family members)
3. My dad's Driver's licence
4. My mum's national ID card
5. My older brother's International passport
6. My younger sister's family picture
7. Picture of I & my fiancee (Pixmixed including proposal pictures)

Others
1. Cover letter
2. Provisional flight ticket booking
3. Provisional accommodation booking
4. Letter of recommendation from previous work place
5. International passport


Accommodation evidence: Current Electricity Bill

Other things of note:
I spent only 50K from my salary every month. I withdraw in 5ks, 10ks but no withdrawal more than 10K. I have other accounts for emergencies & other things. I do not exceed 50K every month. Hence my disposable income for the 6 months reflected in my statement of account is N150,000 monthly.

I ensured no other money except my N200,000 salary enters every month. Even my Christmas and performance bonus was paid in a different bank account (I don't have time to be explaining to ECO)

What's in my Cover Letter?
1.Why I want to travel? I need a break from work. I've worked continuously for 3 years without break.
2. Why UK? UK affords the best vacation place in the world in terms of resorts, cultural diversity, football cultures, etc.
3. My financial situation
4. My travel itinerary (7 days)
5. Travel budget (500k)
Flight - Return ticket
Accommodation in the UK
Transport
Feeding
Miscellaneous
6. Why I will come back?
My fiancée
My parents (aged)
My job
My family reputation

7. I summarised my application.


If there's any other information required or questions, I will be glad to answer.
PS: I'm not a guru. I used all the information I gathered from this page.



Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by pufframmy: 5:58pm On Feb 14
much appreciated for sharing

Ibukun120:
The mail was sent to complaints@homeoffice.gov.uk.


The Letter Format
===============

Paragraph 1 - state your name, and details regarding your application such as GWF number, passport number, unique application number,date of submission, biometrics and collection.
Paragraph 2 - state the reason why you were denied, the same way it was written in the letter (you can summarise it).
Paragraph 3 - State your counter arguments to the reasons in paragraph 2.
Paragraph 4 - conclude the letter and humbly request for it to be reassed.

Kindly include a copy of your application, scanned copy of the refusal and the above letter in the mail

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by bigtt76(f): 7:52pm On Feb 14
You would need to confirm where the funds are coming from. If you claim paid employment, you need to back it up. If you claim business, you have to back that up to show how those funds are available for your vacation without impacting your business negatively.

Best bet ...open a business account and use solely for your business, pay yourself a fixed amount monthly from your business account, run it for like 6 months and attempt applying.

rheene009:
Hi Nairalanders,

I have read a few posts here regarding some refusals because of the large amount of money deposited into their account. As for me, I’m self-employed, I’m into real estate, my business is registered (business name tho). At least I make 800k-900k per month, I use my personal savings account for business transactions.
I would like to ask do I maintain the monthly payment of 800k-900k in my account or if I have a larger sum/transactions they shouldn’t go to my personal account to avoid been queried and denied.

Thanks

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by bigtt76(f): 7:52pm On Feb 14
Do a business name registration and open an account.

rheene009:
the thing is I don't have a business account.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by bigtt76(f): 7:55pm On Feb 14
Embolden ...got me reeling with laughter cheesy cheesy cheesy very apt! Happy Vals day lover boy kiss


giselle237:

I do not think it’s a red flag per say. What if he didn’t want a holiday before hence he wasn’t saving up... now he wants to take a holiday he has decided on the United Kingdom. He wants to save up for it bcus working has been stressful for the last 3 yrs... I have seen an opening balance of 1k with closing balance of 1.8m after 6 months get the visa... salary was 320k, disposable income 300k.. I sort of think they are more comfortable with ‘good’ salaried accounts as against self employed ppl with credits all over the place and not separating business from personal funds.
Even if you were an ECO and u see some people’s statement of account that they use for uk visa app, u will know that the person is lying... so so huge credits everywhere.. trying to give a false impression
If u truly don’t have energy to explain, stay clear of unecessary money lodgements for that 6 months.. u will hear stories like my friend was repaying loan I gave him, my this dashed me money, my rent money, my invoice, my receipt.. all just before u applied for visa. Why were u not dashed this money since? If u were an ECO this is how u would think.

Most people have minimum of 2 bank accounts, for that 6 months period avoid any funny deposit in the account u want to submit, give ur friends and family the 2nd account number... I don’t understand why this is hard.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 8:32pm On Feb 14
@bigtt76 Happy Val’s day.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by DMainMan: 10:35pm On Feb 14
corruptst:


Salary: N200,000
Opening balance: N300,000
Closing balance:N1,200,000

Documents submitted
Employment evidence:
1. Employment letter
2. Letter of introduction from employer
3. No Objection Letter from employer
4. Letter of Leave from employer
5. 6 month payslips {Stamped)
6. School certificates
7. Other Certifications
8. Work ID

Financial evidence:
1. Letter of reference from Bank
2. 6 month statement of account (First & last page stamped)

Family evidence
1. Family picture (Group)
2. My graduation picture (with family members)
3. My dad's Driver's licence
4. My mum's national ID card
5. My older brother's International passport
6. My younger sister's family picture
7. Picture of I & my fiancee (Pixmixed including proposal pictures)

Others
1. Cover letter
2. Provisional flight ticket booking
3. Provisional accommodation booking
4. Letter of recommendation from previous work place
5. International passport


Accommodation evidence: Current Electricity Bill

Other things of note:
I spent only 50K from my salary every month. I withdraw in 5ks, 10ks but no withdrawal more than 10K. I have other accounts for emergencies & other things. I do not exceed 50K every month. Hence my disposable income for the 6 months reflected in my statement of account is N150,000 monthly.

I ensured no other money except my N200,000 salary enters every month. Even my Christmas and performance bonus was paid in a different bank account (I don't have time to be explaining to ECO)

What's in my Cover Letter?
1.Why I want to travel? I need a break from work. I've worked continuously for 3 years without break.
2. Why UK? UK affords the best vacation place in the world in terms of resorts, cultural diversity, football cultures, etc.
3. My financial situation
4. My travel itinerary (7 days)
5. Travel budget (500k)
Flight - Return ticket
Accommodation in the UK
Transport
Feeding
Miscellaneous
6. Why I will come back?
My fiancée
My parents (aged)
My job
My family reputation

7. I summarised my application.


If there's any other information required or questions, I will be glad to answer.
PS: I'm not a guru. I used all the information I gathered from this page.



Nice one. I can see that you followed our advice.

For prospective ones, use this as your reference. Dont follow shortcut. Nothing good comes easy.

Gud luck.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Ebun13: 6:48am On Feb 15
Good morning house,
Please i want to know if TLS Ikeja is still offering regular appointment( free) for biometrics.

The ones i have been seeing lately are primetime, flexi and other paid ones.

Biko, someone should answer me.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by ijeshaoflondon: 7:44am On Feb 15
corruptst:


Salary: N200,000
Opening balance: N300,000
Closing balance:N1,200,000

Documents submitted
Employment evidence:
1. Employment letter
2. Letter of introduction from employer
3. No Objection Letter from employer
4. Letter of Leave from employer
5. 6 month payslips {Stamped)
6. School certificates
7. Other Certifications
8. Work ID

Financial evidence:
1. Letter of reference from Bank
2. 6 month statement of account (First & last page stamped)

Family evidence
1. Family picture (Group)
2. My graduation picture (with family members)
3. My dad's Driver's licence
4. My mum's national ID card
5. My older brother's International passport
6. My younger sister's family picture
7. Picture of I & my fiancee (Pixmixed including proposal pictures)

Others
1. Cover letter
2. Provisional flight ticket booking
3. Provisional accommodation booking
4. Letter of recommendation from previous work place
5. International passport


Accommodation evidence: Current Electricity Bill

Other things of note:
I spent only 50K from my salary every month. I withdraw in 5ks, 10ks but no withdrawal more than 10K. I have other accounts for emergencies & other things. I do not exceed 50K every month. Hence my disposable income for the 6 months reflected in my statement of account is N150,000 monthly.

I ensured no other money except my N200,000 salary enters every month. Even my Christmas and performance bonus was paid in a different bank account (I don't have time to be explaining to ECO)

What's in my Cover Letter?
1.Why I want to travel? I need a break from work. I've worked continuously for 3 years without break.
2. Why UK? UK affords the best vacation place in the world in terms of resorts, cultural diversity, football cultures, etc.
3. My financial situation
4. My travel itinerary (7 days)
5. Travel budget (500k)
Flight - Return ticket
Accommodation in the UK
Transport
Feeding
Miscellaneous
6. Why I will come back?
My fiancée
My parents (aged)
My job
My family reputation

7. I summarised my application.


If there's any other information required or questions, I will be glad to answer.
PS: I'm not a guru. I used all the information I gathered from this page.




Sometimes the ECO can be funny sometimes, looks like spending 3 times of your disposable income isnt applicable to your own case... My broda Na grace speak for you ooo, cos u already planned to spend over 3 tines ur disposable income and thats a red flag. Congratz

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by ijeshaoflondon: 8:27am On Feb 15
Hello everyone, before final submission would like to have your contribution...My friend wants to invite his parent during Easter period and He is married to a white lady and are both British Citizen.

His parent applied last year but were both refused becos an Agent of destruction did not fill the application forms correctly.

His father is Old, above 76yrs and Mother 69yrs, They both went to Hajj last year and mother visited the United states like 2 years ago to visit her first Son.

Father aint working anymore, He has just 300k in his savings account (allowee from his children) but Mother is a major distributor to dangote Cement COY. so she has over 2m in her savings account with which i advised her to pay herself a sum of 200k every month. They both have assets in their names.

First Question is 

1. Can my friend's mother SPONSOR the trip with her statement of account? OR

2 . Should my friend and his wife claim to fully Sponsor them? My friend has about 5k pounds and the wife has about 12k pounds in the accounts respectively.

Justwise, giselle and other gurus ...kindly advise pls .
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Slowandgood: 8:53am On Feb 15
Please I will be going to UK for exam, what type of visa should I apply for.....I work with a federal government agency.
Thanks

Am a first time UK visa applicant with a Virgin passport apart from my visit to Ghana, no other travels so far.
Cc:
Justwise
Giselle237
Others

Thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 2:57pm On Feb 15
All visitor visas I think have been grouped into Standard visitor visa.. furthermore more in your application form you can then state your reasons to be to take an exam. The umbrella is however ‘Standard Visitor Visa’
Slowandgood:
Please I will be going to UK for exam, what type of visa should I apply for.....I work with a federal government agency.
Thanks .. Am a first time UK visa applicant with a Virgin passport apart from my visit to Ghana, no other travels so far
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 2:59pm On Feb 15
@ijeshalondon which time will you give me out of the agency fees.. grin
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by DMainMan: 3:13pm On Feb 15
ijeshaoflondon:


Sometimes the ECO can be funny sometimes, looks like spending 3 times of your disposable income isnt applicable to your own case... My broda Na grace speak for you ooo, cos u already planned to spend over 3 tines ur disposable income and thats a red flag. Congratz
Yeah. It is true o. However, I think what helped him was other overwhelming evidence he showed.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by DMainMan: 3:19pm On Feb 15
Duchess313:
Am really worried,I did my biometric on the 15th January 2020 and received the processing e.mail on the 16th.It's a month now and I haven't heard anything from the them,my intended travel date is 29th February.I don't know why its taken so long like this.Its a visit visa,I want to attend my sister's convocation ceremony at the University of London.
If you stay near the Visa Application Centre, I advise you to go and check. Sometimes those guys delay a lot.

But if you live far that you will need to travel, then wait till you receive collection email.

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