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Should I explain about my previous refusals while applying for a UK student visa?
Asked by: Priodarsha
Answers: 1
Views: 1447
Posted on Wed, 18 Aug 2010 07:50:28 GMT
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I had applied for a Canadian student visa (study permit), but it is sad to say that I got refused.

Now, I am going to apply for the UK student visa to study in England.

My question is: as I have been refused by Canadian High Commission, and as they have stamped a seal on my passport, do I have to submit an explanation for the seal with my application now, or should I just submit an application without saying anything about my previous refusals?

With thanks,
Priodarshan Datta Chowdhury

You donít have to say anything about your previous refusals. The British High Commission doesnít ask for any such document that explains the reasons why you were refused for a visa from other countries. Just submit all the required documents with your visa application, you should be fine.

Since the current UK student visa decisions are based on points, you have higher chance to obtain a visa if you fulfill all the requirements stated by the High Commission.

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Kumar answered 7 years and 6 months ago
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