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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

You were refused entry clearance for using deception on ***** (VAF MOS *****). This was because you had stated on that application that the purpose of that application was to go to the UK on business to visit MPH ***** Ltd. in Stapleton, Leicestershire. Enquiries were made of your stated UK sponsor Mr ***** ***** of MPH ***** Ltd. He confirmed that your visit to the UK was not for business purposes and that he intended to meet with you in London for non-business purposes.

The reasons for this refusal were clearly explained on your refusal notice. However, you have made no attempts to explain or dispute the grounds for refusal of your previous application under Paragraph 320 7A. I am therefore refusing you entry clearance under paragraph 320(7B) of the immigration rules. Any future applications will also be automatically refused, for the same reason, under paragraph 320(7B) of the immigration rules until 14/08/2024.

The fact that you practised deception on a previous application seriously undermines your credibility as a business visitor and I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the United Kingdom now. As a result I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a business visitor and that you have legitimate business interests in the United Kingdom or that your circumstances in Russia are as stated. In addition I am not satisfied that you intend to leave the United Kingdom at the end of your visit, or that you can be adequately maintained and accommodated in the United Kingdom or meet the cost of your return or onward journey.

This means you have not met the requirements of paragraph 41(ii) to (viii) and (x) to (xii) In light of this I am not satisfied that you intend to undertake one of the defined business activities. I have therefore refused your application because I am not satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that you meet all of the requirements of the relevant Paragraph of the United Kingdom Immigration Rules.

The Decision

Under paragraph 320 (7A) of the Immigration Rules a person must automatically be refused entry clearance if false representations or documents are used (whether or not material to the application and whether or not to the applicant’s knowledge) or material facts are not disclosed in relation to the application. A false representation for these purposes is a lie, or a false statement in a visa application, made either orally or in writing. A false document includes:

a genuine document which has been altered or tampered with;
a counterfeit document (one that is completely false);
a genuine document which is being used by an impostor;
a genuine document which has been fraudulently obtained or issued;
a genuine document which contains a falsified or counterfeit visa endorsement.

You state that you wish to visit the UK for 8 days for tourism and travel and that you do not have any friends or family in the UK (questions 81 and 82 of your application). One of the documents submitted in support of your application is a letter from ***** ***** at MPH ***** Ltd, inviting you to visit on a business trip at their premises in Stapleton, Leicestershire. This letter states that the general purpose of your trip is to visit factories and negotiations on cooperation. However, from the documents you have submitted, your hotel booking is for a hotel in London for the duration of your trip. During a telephone call with Mr *****, he confirmed that he is known to you personally and that the purpose of your trip is not for business, and that he would be meeting you.

Submission of false documents seriously undermines your credibility. Therefore it was difficult for me to accept the truth of any uncorroborated statements made by you including those relating to the purpose and duration of your proposed stay in the United Kingdom. This leads me to doubt your intentions in the United Kingdom and I am not satisfied that you are a genuine visitor who intends to leave the United Kingdom at the end of your visit. Paragraph 320(7A) and 41(i)(ii).

You should note that because this application for entry clearance has been refused under paragraph 320 (7A) of the Immigration Rules, any future applications may also be refused under paragraph 320 (7B) of the Immigration Rules, (subject to the requirements set out in paragraph A320).

I have therefore refused your application because I am not satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that you meet all of the requirements of the relevant Paragraph of the United Kingdom Immigration Rules. Your right of appeal is limited to the grounds referred to in section 84(1)(c) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002.

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 – V4.10 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:

In order to be able to make a decision on whether or not to grant you entry clearance in this category I have taken into account your stated circumstances in Russia, the reasons for your visit and your proposed travel arrangements.

You have declared that you are self-employed earning a salary and have savings, you have living costs in Russia and you have £1000 for this visit. You state that you will come to the UK for 7 days and you have a sponsor in the UK. You state that you are coming to work for them and will be paid £1100 for your work. However, working in the UK under Appendix V is forbidden and I am therefore not satisfied that you are coming to the UK as a genuine visitor.

In light of the information provided I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the UK now. I am not satisfied that you will not will not undertake any prohibited activities set out in V 4.5 – V 4.10 of these rules. (Paragraph 4.2 (d) of Appendix V Immigration Rules for Visitors).

Furthermore, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes, not satisfied that you will leave the UK at the end of the visit and 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. Your application is refused under Appendix 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) 4.2 and 4.3 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:

You have applied for leave to enter to visit the UK for 14 days.

You have stated that you are unemployed and that your total yearly income from all sources of employment after tax is 360000 RUB (£4,442.23). I have noted all of the documents you have submitted in support of your application which appear to support your statements. However, whilst I have noted these, the remaining documents you have submitted do not demonstrate that you receive your stated yearly income and how you financially support yourself. You stated that you were supported by your husband .However the documents you provided do not demonstrate this. You also stated that you had two children. The documents you have provided do not demonstrate that your personal circumstances are as stated and also it is not clear from the documents you have submitted whether your children will be travelling with you or not. The above means, I am not satisfied that your personal or financial circumstances are as stated or of your true intentions for wishing to visit the UK now. I am not therefore satisfied that you are a genuine visitor and will leave the UK at the end of your visit. Your application for a visit visa has been refused under Paragraph V4.2(a)(c).

You have submitted bank statements in support of your circumstances in Russia and in support of your claim to having funds in place for this visit. However as stated above, they do not confirm you receive your stated income nor do they confirm the origin of your funds. The above means I am not satisfied that these funds are genuinely available to you for your exclusive use. I am not therefore satisfied that you have sufficient funds available to cover your costs whilst in the UK without working or accessing public funds. Your application has therefore been refused under Paragraph V4.2(e).

Also you stated that you would be supported by your sister for the duration for your trip. However the documents you have provided do not demonstrate that you are related as stated. I am therefore not satisfied that there is a genuine professional or personal relationship with your sponsor. The bank statement from RBS you provided in your sponsor’ name shows a closing balance of £184.08 on 20/02/2018. I am therefore not satisfied that your sponsor can and will support you for the intended duration of your stay. I am therefore refusing your application under paragraph 4.3 (a) and (c).

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) 3.6 V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:

Under paragraph 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules a person must automatically be refused entry clearance if false representations or documents are used (whether or not material to the application and whether or not to the applicant’s knowledge) or material facts are not disclosed in relation to the application. A false representation for these purposes is a lie, or a false statement in a visa application, made either orally or in writing. A false document includes:

a genuine document which has been altered or tampered with;
a counterfeit document (one that is completely false);
a genuine document which is being used by an impostor;
a genuine document which has been fraudulently obtained or issued;
а genuine document which contains a falsified or counterfeit visa endorsement.

In your application you were asked if you had ever been refused a visa for the UK. You replied no. Records show that you applied for a visa under the reference ******* which was refused on 06 March 2018.

You have now applied for a visitor visa so that you may travel to the UK for 8 days. I note that you have failed to disclose your previous refusal in your current application. V (3.6). I am therefore satisfied you withheld a relevant fact in your attempt to secure a visa for the United Kingdom.

You should note that because this application for entry clearance has been refused under paragraph 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules, any future applications may also be refused under paragraph 3.7 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules, (subject to the requirements set out in paragraph A320).

A refusal under paragraph 3.7 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules attracts an automatic refusal period of up to 10 years. The period starts from the date of the previous event in which the deception or submission of falsified documents or information was employed.

The Decision

Your application for a visit visa to the United Kingdom has been refused. Any future UK visa applications you make will be considered on their individual merits, however you are likely to be refused unless the circumstances of your application change. In relation to this decision, there is no right of appeal or right to administrative review.

In your application, you stated that you have never previously travelled to the UK and have never been refused or otherwise required to leave any country including the UK. However, Home Office records show that your visa which was issued on 11 November 2015 until 11 May 2016 was revoked on 14 December 2014 at Moscow and you was denied boarding by BA on your flight on 10 December 2014, when you had submitted passport *********. Your application does not contain passport *********. I am satisfied to a higher degree of probability that you have made false representations with regard to your previous application and that your application should therefore be refused under paragraph V3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules.

You should note that because this application for entry clearance has been refused under paragraph V3.6 of the Immigration Rules, any future applications may also be refused for the same reason, under paragraph 320 (7B) of the Immigration Rules or paragraph V3.7 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules.

A refusal under paragraph V3.7 of the Immigration Rules may attract an automatic refusal period of up to 10 years. The period starts from the date of the previous event in which the deception or submission of falsified documents or information was employed.

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 – V4.10 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because

You have applied for a visa to visit the UK for 1 week’s tourism. You state you are self-employed with a monthly income of RUR 100000 (£1216) and that your holiday will cost you £620. However, an open source check has shown that your reservation at the Lord Jim Hotel was cancelled because the credit card used was invalid. This casts doubt on your stated circumstances, and on the reason for your visit.

I have considered the information and documentation submitted in your application; and for the above reason I am not satisfied that you have accurately presented your circumstances or intentions in wishing to enter the United Kingdom. This means that I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor or that you intend to leave the United Kingdom at the end of your proposed visit; or that you have access to sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds (this includes, but is not exclusively, the cost of the return or onward journey, any costs relating to dependants, and the cost of planned activities such as private medical treatment) Paragraph V 4.2 (a) (c) (e) of the Immigration Rules.

The Decision

I have used all the information provided by you to determine if the requirements of the Immigration Act have been met. In reaching my decision, which has been made on the balance of probabilities, I note the following points:

You state that you previously travelled to the UK to study in December 2017 for 12 days. Your passport confirms that you arrived in the UK on 28/12/2017, and I note that your visa was valid till 07/01/2018. However you have not shown why you remained in the UK beyond the validity of your visa, or that the purpose of your visit was for studies.

You state that your grandmother will pay £1000 for your visit. You have provided a letter of support from your grandmother and a letter from her bank stating that she hold funds equivalent to more than $20,000. However you have not shown her income or circumstances in Russia, or the source of the stated funds. I am therefore not satisfied that the funds are under her sole control and available for your use.

You state that you are a student. You have provided an untranslated document in support of your application. I am unable to assess its value as evidence of your circumstances. I am therefore not satisfied that your circumstances in Russia are as stated.

In view of the above, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a short-term student and intend to leave the UK at the end of your studies. I am also not satisfied that you will be maintained and accommodated adequately, or that you have enough funds to meet the cost of your return journey from the UK. A57C (vi) (vii) and (ix), A57D(b)

I have therefore refused your application because I am not satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that you meet all of the requirements of the relevant Paragraph of the United Kingdom Immigration Rules. In relation to this decision there is no right of appeal or right to administrative review.

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 Appendix V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:

You have stated that you wish to visit the UK for 1 month and 3 days.

You have stated that you are employed by ***** Tattoo Studio earning 38000 RUR (£481) per month. The documents you have provided do not demonstrate that you are employed as stated.

You have provided a bank letter that states you have a bank balance of 129143 RUR on 20.01.2018 (£1634). The documents you have provided do not demonstrate the source of these funds.

You have stated that you spend 25000 RUR (£316) each month on living costs. The documents you have provided do not demonstrate any source of income that enables you to make this expenditure or accrue the balance in your bank account. I am therefore not satisfied that these funds are genuinely available to you.

Given the above I am not satisfied that the documents you have provided demonstrate your financial circumstances in Russia. I am therefore not satisfied that you are a genuine visitor for the limited period as stated by you.

I am therefore not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph V4.2(a)(c) of appendix V of the Immigration Rules. Any future UK visa applications you make will be considered on their individual merits, however you are likely to be refused unless the circumstances of your application change. In relation to this decision there is no right of appeal or right to administrative review.

The Decision

I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) A57C of the Immigration Rules for Visitors because:

You were refused entry clearance for using deception on 06/02/2015 because you submitted a forged employment letter and bank letter (Moscow/*****). You have not satisfactorily addressed this. This means that your current application falls to be refused under 320(7B) of the Immigration Rules and in line with this, this and future applications will also refused until:

12 months from date applicant left the UK if departure NOT at public expense

2 years from the date applicant left voluntarily at public expense within 6 months of receiving liability for removal or when they no longer had a pending appeal or administrative review, whichever is later

5 years from the date applicant left voluntarily at public expense more than 6 months after receiving liability for removal or they no longer had a pending appeal or admin review

5 years from the date applicant left or was removed from the UK as a condition of a conditional caution prohibiting their return under section 22 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003

10 years from the date applicant was removed from the UK at public expense

10 years from the date applicant used deception in an application for entry clearance (including visit visa).

Therefore I am satisfied that your application falls for refusal under general grounds and as such I have refused your application under paragraph A57C (a) of the Immigration Rules.

Therefore, any further applications will be subject to the automatic refusal period until 06/02/2025. Any future UK visa applications you make will be considered on their individual merits however you are likely to be refused unless the circumstances of your application change. In relation to this decision there is no right of appeal or right to administrative review.

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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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