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Case Studies

BUSINESS VISA REFUSAL – WRONG DOCUMENTATION

Business Visa Refusal – Wrong Documentation Proposition: “A” is an employee of a national company in Lahore, Pakistan and made an application for UK business visit visa in 2015 to attend business meetings with corporate buyers in the UK. “A” enclosed the required company’s financial documents, a letterhead of the company giving details of their […]
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UK Family Permit Visa Application

UK Family Permit Visa Application Proposition: The applicant is married to an EEA national (Netherlands) exercising European treaty rights in the UK. Treaty rights means that the person is a European national, living and working in the UK.  The applicant wanted to join her husband in the UK. Since UK immigration laws do not apply to […]
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FAMILY RESIDENCE PERMIT

Family Residence Permit Proposition: “SR’s” son is holding a residence permit in the UK on the basis that he is married to a Romanian National and both are living and working in the UK (wife exercising Treaty Rights). “SR” has been financially and emotionally dependent on her son living in the UK, after death of […]
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Family Visit Visa UK Application

Family Visit Visa UK Application Proposition:The Applicant is running her own private special education school. She herself applied for family visit visa UK application to visit her brother, A British National present and settled in the UK. However the visa application was refused with no right of appeal. The visa officer was not satisfied with her financials […]
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Mother of a Child in UK

Mother of a Child in UK Proposition: “SB” has separated from her husband (but not divorced). “SB’s” children, 2 daughters and 1 son (under 18 years old) are British citizens because of their father’s British Nationality and had relocated to the UK in 2010 without her. “SB” applied for spouse visa in the past when […]
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UK Visit Visa Refusal

UK Visit Visa Refusal Proposition: “SK” is 50 years old housewife who has lived all her life in Pakistan with her family that includes her husband and other children. She applied for visit visa to be with her son and his family (8 weeks) in the UK. “SK” held a sound bank balance for the […]
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DECEPTION vs INNOCENT MISTAKE

Deception vs Innocent Mistake Proposition: “AM” is a businessman who applied for UK visit visa along with his family. AM had visited UK several times in the past. The UK High Commission refused his last application for the reason that he did not disclose a relevant fact i.e. he has had medical treatment in the […]
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Successful Family Visit Visa UK Application within 8 days

Successful Family Visit Visa UK Application within 8 days Proposition: The applicant is a self-sufficient person, holding assets in Pakistan. The applicant’s immediate family is also present and settled in Pakistan. The applicant has been refused twice family visit visa UK application in the past, despite having strong ties to Pakistan. The Applicant’s last visit […]
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Deception vs Innocent Mistake 2

Deception vs Innocent Mistake 2 Proposition: “BM” is a businesswoman who applied for UK visit visa from Pakistan on the basis that her brother in UK invited her over for a short visit. “BM” enclosed her brother’s sponsorship letter with her application. The British High Commission called the brother in UK and told him they […]
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VISIT VISA REFUSAL 3

Visit Visa Refusal 3 Proposition: The applicant is employed. His wife already had entry clearance (visa) for the UK. The couple planned to visit the UK for tourism purposes so the applicant made his visa application. However, the application was refused a UK visa for the reason that the applicant did not have sufficient money […]
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