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Письма об отказах (виза в Великобританию)

ВАЖНО В данном разделе представлены выдержки из писем об отказах в британских визах заявителей, которые обращались в Посольство Великобритании самостоятельно. Рекомендуем внимательно изучить данную информацию, чтобы понять логику принятия решений визовых офицеров. Также вы найдете полезными следующие разделы нашего информационного ресурса: «Причины отказа в визе в Великобританию» и «Особенности визы в Великобританию».

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph 4.2 of Appendix V because:

You are applying to come to the UK for 22 days as a tourist. You state that you are employed by *****, earning 25000.00 RUB (£245.63 according to Oanda.com) per month, with savings of £59,880.00, and you intend to spend £2,500.00 on your trip to the UK.

You have provided property documents and a bank letter giving a combined account balance of over £59,000.00, however, the information provided does not satisfactorily demonstrate the origins of deposits credited to the accounts and I am not able to verify your stated salary. Furthermore, taking into account your stated salary, the information provided does not satisfactorily explain the closing balances and I am not satisfied that your financial circumstances in Russia are as declared. I am therefore not satisfied that the funds will be available to cover the stated costs of your trip, and this casts doubt on your intentions in applying to come to the UK at this time.

Given the above, I am not satisfied by your intentions in wishing to travel to the United Kingdom for a limited period, or that you will leave the UK at the end of your trip. Furthermore, I am not satisfied that you have sufficient funds available to cover your costs whilst in the UK without working or accessing public funds. Your application for a visit visa has therefore been refused under paragraph V4.2 (a) (c) and (e) of the Immigration Rules.

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:

You have applied to visit the United Kingdom for six days for the purpose of tourism. You will be accompanied by your husband and dependent child. In assessing your eligibility for entry to the UK I have considered your personal and financial circumstances as evidenced by your application form and supporting documents.

You state that you are unemployed and without income or savings. Your accompanying husband states in support of his own application that he has been employed since 2004 as a teacher, earning 38,850 RUB per month (£466.13 at an exchange rate of £1 = 83.16 RUB; Oanda 01/12/2019). I acknowledge that he has submitted a work certificate as evidence of this employment. His supporting information does not demonstrate that he has any other source of income. He states that he spends 28,000 RUB (£335.95) per month, leaving him with a monthly disposable income of £130.18. He says that he is planning to spend 170,000 RUB (£2,039.68) on this visit to the UK and that no one else is contributing towards the costs. I note that his proposed expenditure amounts to more than a year’s disposable income. This degree of expenditure on a short tourist trip appears disproportionate to his and your current economic circumstances, leading me to doubt your intentions in seeking to visit the UK for the limited period and purpose stated.

As evidence of his financial circumstances your husband has submitted a statement of account from Sber Bank showing that an account in his name held 440,705.76 RUB (£5,287.64) on 01/11/2019. However, his supporting information does not demonstrate the source of these savings. It does not include an itemised transaction history showing how the funds have been accumulated over time. In the absence of such evidence, I am not satisfied that these funds will remain available for his exclusive use and that this statement of account represents a true and accurate reflection of his current financial circumstances. Furthermore, it lacks credibility that he would choose to spend such a significant proportion of his entire savings on this short tourist visit.

The factors mentioned above have not been taken in isolation but considered collectively. The damage the overall credibility of your application. From the information on your application form and the documents you have submitted, I am not satisfied that you intend to leave the United Kingdom or that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor. I am also not satisfied that you are able to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph V4.2 (a), (c) and (e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:

You have applied to visit the United Kingdom for six days for the purpose of tourism. You will be accompanied by your wife and dependent child. In assessing your eligibility for entry to the UK I have considered your personal and financial circumstances as evidenced by your application form and supporting documents.

You state that you have been employed since 2004 as a teacher, earning 38,850 RUB per month (£466.13 at an exchange rate of £1 = 83.16 RUB; Oanda 01/12/2019). I acknowledge that you have submitted a work certificate as evidence of this employment. Your supporting information does not demonstrate that you have any other source of income. You state that you spend 28,000 RUB (£335.95) per month, leaving you with a monthly disposable income of £130.18. You say that you are planning to spend 170,000 RUB (£2,039.68) on your visit to the UK and that no one else is contributing towards the costs. I note that your proposed expenditure amounts to more than a year’s disposable income. This degree of expenditure on a short tourist trip appears disproportionate to your current economic circumstances, leading me to doubt your intentions in seeking to visit the UK for the limited period and purpose stated.

As evidence of your financial circumstances you have submitted a statement of account from Sber Bank showing that an account in your name held 440,705.76 RUB (£5,287.64) on 01/11/2019. However, your supporting information does not demonstrate the source of these savings. It does not include an itemised transaction history showing how the funds have been accumulated over time. In the absence of such evidence, I am not satisfied that these funds will remain available for your exclusive use and that this statement of account represents a true and accurate reflection of your current financial circumstances. Furthermore, it lacks credibility that you would choose to spend such a significant proportion of your entire savings on this short tourist visit.

The factors mentioned above have not been taken in isolation but considered collectively. From the information on your application form and the documents you have submitted, I am not satisfied that you intend to leave the United Kingdom or that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor. I am also not satisfied that you are able to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph V4.2 (a), (c) and (e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4 of Appendix V because:

You state that you intend to visit your family friend in the UK for a month and in support of this, you have submitted the invitation letter, a tenancy agreement, her employment letter and a copy of her valid residence permit. I have considered all these documents. However, it is primarily your personal and financial circumstances in your own country that I must consider when assessing your application for a UK visa.

You state that you are employed and according to the application form, your savings are enough to cover your expenses for this visit. In support of this, you have submitted bank documents and a letter. However, these documents are not translated into English. In addition to this, the submitted documents do not demonstrate that you are in receipt of any regular income from your stated employment. Considering all these, I am not satisfied that your current circumstances are as you have declared.

I am therefore not satisfied that your personal and financial circumstances in your country are such that you would have sufficient intention to leave the United Kingdom at the end of your visit as stated. On balance of probabilities, I am therefore not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor or will to leave the UK after a limited period. Your application for a visit visa is refused under paragraph V4.2(a) and (c).

I am therefore not satisfied that you can adequately meet the cost of the proposed visit without recourse to public funds or working in the UK. Your application is refused under paragraph V4.2(e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.1 to 4.10 of Appendix V because:

I am aware of the importance of family visits and have taken this into consideration; however I am still bound to assess your application against the Immigration Rules. You have applied for an entry clearance as a visitor to the United Kingdom for 10-15 days. In assessing your application, I note that a previous application in the same category was refused when you applied to travel to the UK. I accept that each application is considered individually and on its own merits with the information you present regarding your personal and financial circumstances. I must assess the information you have provided about yourself separately from your sponsor’s part of your application. To consider whether or not I am satisfied that your intentions are as stated and that you meet the requirements of the Immigration Rules, I must assess your personal and financial circumstances in your country of residence. However, I am not satisfied regarding your personal and financial circumstances are as you claim. In my decision to refuse this application, I have noted the following:

You state that you are unemployed, you are receiving income of £900 monthly from other sources (you have provided no information), have monthly living expenditure of 500 (unspecified currently) and you have £300 to spend on this visit with an additional £600 from your daughter but you then state that you have £1000 in total. From your information, I am unable to establish the exact funds you have for this visit.

Whilst I am aware that the bank account provided shows credits entering this account, you have provided no information as to what these deposits relate to as income and there is no evidence as to the source that created these funds. Furthermore, I note that they have not been stamped, dated and signed by an employee of your banks’ branch that the information is correct on their records. From information you have provided, I have been unable to confirm that you receive your claimed income deposited for you, that you have the £600 from your daughter you claim or that you have the monthly expenditure in Russia that you state. In addition, I am not satisfied that you have the £1000 in your possession you claim to fund this visit to the UK.

I am not satisfied that you will have the necessary funds you have declared to be able to provide all travel, accommodation, maintenance and care while you are in the UK. Based on the information you have provide I am not satisfied that you have demonstrated your personal circumstances are as you claim in Russia. Given this, I am not satisfied that you have demonstrated sufficiently strong social, economic and personal ties to Russia or another country outside of the UK to satisfy me, that only a short visit is intended.

In light of all of the above and on the balance of probabilities, I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the UK now. I am not satisfied that you genuinely intend a short visit only to the UK and that you will leave the UK at the end of the visit. Furthermore, I am not satisfied that you will be able to maintain and accommodate yourself adequately in the UK or meet the costs of your return or onward journey from the UK. Appendix V4.2(a)(c)(e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am satisfied that paragraph(s) 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules for visitors is applicable to your application. I am also not satisfied that you meet the requirements of Paragraph 4.2 of Appendix V because:

The visa application form asks you if you have ever been refused a visa for the UK or any other country. While I acknowledge that you have declared being refused entry to the UK in May 2014, you have failed to declare being refused a UK visa on 31/10/18. I am therefore satisfied that the statement made by you on your visa application form is false. As a false statement has been made, and material facts not disclosed, in relation to this application, your application is refused under Paragraph 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules.

I note in your current application you have said that you will be visiting your boyfriend and it is stated in his covering letter that you have been dating since March 2018, before you made your last application for a UK visa. However, in your last application you made no reference to your boyfriend in the UK but rather stated that you would travel with a friend for tourism and that you would stay in hotel accommodation. I also note in that application you failed to declare being refused entry to the UK in 2014. Moreover, I note from your Border Force records that you were refused entry as the Border Force officer was not satisfied that you were genuinely seeking entry to the UK as a transit visitor as there were a number of discrepancies that you were unable to account for. The above leads me to doubt the accuracy of the statements made by you in this application, your last application and at the UK border in 2014. As such, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes or that you will leave the UK at the end of your visit.

I am also satisfied that you have used deception in this application. This means that future entry clearance applications may also be refused under the Immigration Rules for a period of up to 10 years depending on the type of application you make. The period of 10 years starts from the date that the deception was used in this application for a visa.

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 (a), (c) & (e) of Appendix V because:

You state that you wish to visit the UK for 26 days for tourism and to visit a friend. You have said you have no family in the UK and that this visit will cost you 138,000 RUB (£1,652 @ exchange rate of £1= 83.5364 RUB).

You have indicated that you are employed as a Manager with an income of 42,350 RUB (£507) per month. You state that you spend 19,000 RUB (£227) per month on expenses leaving you with a disposable income of approximately £180. This means that based on your own figures this visit would cost you more than nine times your monthly disposable income.

To demonstrate your financial position and ability to fund this visit you have submitted a Sberbank bank statement in your name showing a closing balance of 243,550.47 RUB (£2,915.50) on 27/11/2019. I note that there is no transaction history to show your wages being paid into this account or to demonstrate the origins of these funds. The information you have provided does not show the source of the remaining stated balance. Given this, I am not satisfied that these funds remain available to you for the purpose of this visit and that this closing balance is an accurate reflection of your current financial circumstances.

Given the above, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor and that you intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph’s V 4.2 (a) and (c).

Given the doubts I have already expressed regarding your stated level of income, I am not satisfied the balance in your account accurately reflects your current financial position or would be available to you in the UK. I am therefore not satisfied that you have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph V 4.2 (e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 of Appendix V because:

You state that you wish to visit the UK for four days tourism. You have said you have no family in the UK and that this visit will cost you £1,100. You have indicated that you are employed with an income of 60000.00 RUB (£716.63 @ exchange rate £1=83.59RUB) per month. This means that based on your own figures this visit would cost you almost 4 times your monthly income after expenses.

I acknowledge you have submitted an employment letter. The transaction history on the bank statement you have submitted does not show deposits that are identifiable either as being from your employer or matching the level of salary you have stated you receive and I am therefore not satisfied you have the level of income you have stated.

To demonstrate your financial position and ability to fund this visit you have submitted a Sberbank a in your name showing a closing balance of 251,203.99 (£3,000.33). However, the information you have provided does not show the source of this these funds. It does not show debits and credits, income from employment or that these funds have been accumulated over a period of time. Given this, I am not satisfied that these funds represent a true and accurate reflection of your current financial circumstances and that they remain available to you for the purpose of your visit.

Given the above, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor and that you intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph’s V 4.2 (a) and (c).

Given the doubts I have already expressed regarding your stated level of income, I am not satisfied the balance in your account accurately reflects your current financial position or would be available to you in the UK. I am therefore not satisfied that you have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph V 4.2 (e)

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:

You intend to visit the UK for 6 days. You state that you are employed earning 60,530.45 RUB (£736.53 at exchange rate £1 = 82.18 RUB). In support this I note that you have submitted a letter from your employer confirming your employment. In order to demonstrate your ability to fund your trip you have provided a bank document in your name however, you have failed to submit an itemised statement to verify your funds over a period of the last six months. Therefore without this statement I can’t be satisfied that you have the funds as stated by you to fund these proposed trip. I am not satisfied therefore that you are genuinely able to meet the cost of your trip and maintain and accommodate yourself without recourse to full-time employment or public funds.

As such, I am not satisfied that you have provided an accurate portrayal of your current personal and financial circumstances nor satisfied that your intentions to visit the UK are as stated and that you will leave at the end of your visit.

In light of all the above I am not satisfied that you will leave the UK at the end of your visit; are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes and have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds. Appendix V4.2 (a) (c) and (e).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:

You have applied to visit the United Kingdom for five days the purpose of tourism. In assessing your eligibility for entry to the UK I have considered your personal and financial circumstances as evidenced by your application form and supporting documents.

You state that you are employed by ***** JSC as an engineer, earning £673 per month. I acknowledge that you have submitted an employment letter as evidence of this employment. Your supporting information does not demonstrate that you have any other source of income. You state that you spend £250 per month, leaving you with a monthly disposable income of £423. You say you are planning to spend £400 on your visit to the UK and that no one else will be contributing towards the costs. It lacks credibility that this amount would be sufficient to cover the combined costs of return air travel, hotel accommodation in London and living expenses for a five day stay. In the absence of a more credible estimate of your expenditure, I am not satisfied that your likely expenditure is proportionate to your current economic circumstances.

As evidence of your finances you have submitted a statement of account from SberBank indicating that an account in your name held funds of 114,423.19 RUB on 09/09/2019 (£1,425,71 at an exchange rate of £1 = 80.14 RUB; Oanda 02/10/2019). It lacks credibility that you would choose to spend such a significant proportion of your savings on this short tourist visit. This leads me to doubt your intentions in seeking to visit the UK for the limited period and purpose stated.

The factors mentioned above have not been taken in isolation but considered collectively. They damage the overall credibility of your application. From the information on your application form and the documents you have submitted, I am not satisfied that you intend to leave the United Kingdom or that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor. I am also not satisfied that you are able to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds. Your application is therefore refused under paragraph V4.2 (a), (c) and (e).

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    Анна

    Здравствуйте! У меня официальное трудоустройство, но зарплату получаю наличными. Банковского счёта нет. Как подтвердить финансовую состоятельность, чтобы не было отказа в британской визе?

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      Екатерина

      Добрый день, Анна! Финансовую состоятельность требуется подтвердить документально. Если вы сами спонсируете свою поездку, то вам обязательно нужно подготовить справку о доходе и выписку из банка. Единственная альтернатива – бумаги от спонсора (супруг, родители). Если спонсора нет, то заявитель прикладывает свои документы. Учтите, что официальное трудоустройство не обязательно для Посольства. Более того, для Посольства не имеет значения, как вы устроены на работу. Главное – постоянный доход. Попросите работодателя подготовить подтверждение дохода. Это самая обычная справка о зарплате сотрудника.

      Отметим, что справка с работы для визы в Великобританию составляется в свободной форме. 2-НДФЛ прикладывать не нужно. Достаточно указать фактическую заработную плату, должность, стаж, контактные данные предприятия. В Налоговой службе проверять эти сведения Посольство точно не будет. Но справка с работы обязательна, без нее даже нет смысла обращаться за визой. Это же касается и выписки из банка. Но обращаем внимание: в справке о состоянии счета не должно быть указано, что вы открыли его только что и только что положили деньги. Можно ограничиться информацией о текущем остатке, без детализации.

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