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Could It Be That You're Not Getting That Visa Because You Lack The Right Documen by sternakin(m): 3:04pm On Apr 12, 2022

Day by day, the conditions or factors considered for issuing visas to applicants by Visa Officers keep  changing but they all still point to two major factors which are "home tie" and "economic status".

Either for  study, medical, tourism, business  or other forms of temporary or non resident visa applications. It is strongly advisable for applicants to provide  documents that would proof convincing home tie and same time potray economic/financial status of the appliant.

Property Valuation report is such a document that would show how much investment an applicant has in landed properties which could also serve as strong home tie and measure of his/her economic and financial status. So, it's a three in one document and that's the more reason it's most appropriate for any "Smart" visa applicant to submit a valuation report along with other support documents.

Property Valuation report could make a visa officer develop good mental picture of who the applicant is, it just like what CV does to a job recruiter. An employer can develop an idea who a job seeker is through the CV to decide if the job seeker should be considered or not.

A valuation report describe in detail the property owned by the visa applicant and the corresponding market value of such a property either an undeveloped land, flats, bungalow, duplex, shop, agricultural farmland and so on which undoubtedly could be a strong proof of home tie for the applicant.

This document shows the amount of wealth an applicant is having in property(ties) in his/her homeland which would make a strong pull factor for his/her return to the home country once the purpose of visa granted is over.

The document could eliminate doubt by the visa issuing officer of the applicant's return to the home country on or before expiration of the visa period granted.

Also, it could serve as a support document to show other sources of revenue or income for the applicant through rent if the property is an investment one occupied by tenants.

Most applicants proof of fund, home tie or status are usually liquid assets such as bank deposit, bank statement of account, payslip etc. However, it will make a lot of senses if an applicant has good financial status as indicated by your bank statement of account and property or assets valuation report to corroborate your status.

Though, there are many who do not submit this document due to ignorance or it doesn't matter mind set but it would be wise to do so by a smart applicant especially if its a non apprearance visa application or the one you first submit your application for assesment prior to physical interview.

It is an important document to prove that your housing assets are valuable and strong home ties to guarantee your returning after your study abroad or temporary visit.

Property valuation is best required needed when applying for the following visa categories

Study Purpose, Tourist Purpose, Immigration Purpose, Visiting Purpose, Export - Import Purpose, Medical treatment Affordability etc.

Sometime valuation is required to establish bonafide visit & to establish the affordability of expenses of visit, stay etc.

Thank you.

Akintayo Akinlolu
+2348117949689 (Whatsapp only)

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