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Should I appeal or reapply for UK student visa?
Asked by: san
Posted on Sat, 26 Jul 2008 08:52:55 GMT
My student for UK has been refused for following reasons:
I have shown them two financial statements. They had problem with my fatherís statement because the account is in Saudi Arabia and they cannot verify it. They failed to read my financial statement properly and reached to a conclusion that there was no money at all. They are wrong.
I do understand my mistake that a little more money had to be added to my account but that can be arranged now.
The question is whether I should appeal or reapply? I have heard that appeals take time. Kindly help me by answering my question.
You may appeal. As your funds are genuine, there is high possibility to obtain visa after you appeal. Your appeal process may take several months, so if you need your visa immediately, you better reapply. But while reapplying, make sure that you donít repeat any mistakes that you had made while applying for a first time. The chance of being rejected will be even higher when you reapply for a visa, so be careful to make your application as strong as possible.
Kumar answered 9 years and 2 months ago
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