Письма об отказах (виза в Великобританию)
I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2 because:
You have applied for entry clearance to the UK for 10 days. The information you have provided on your application form and the supporting documents you submit allows me to assess whether your circumstances and intentions are, on the balance of probabilities, as stated.
On your Visa Application Form (VAF) you have stated that you are employed as a tax inspector for ***** and earn 97964 RUR (£1240) (£1 = 79 RUR) a month. As evidence of this you have submitted a letter of employment and a bank statement. The bank statement shows that your salary varies significantly from 2610 RUR (£33) TO 100,071 RUR (£1266) a month. Furthermore, the balance of your bank account is 29.12 RUR (£0.37). You are proposing to spend £1396 on this short visit to the UK. Given your apparent financial circumstances I am not satisfied that such a financial outlay on this trip is commensurate with your circumstances in Russia and this causes me to doubt your intentions. Taking all the evidence into consideration I am not satisfied that your current circumstances are such that you are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes (Appendix 4.2 (c)). Nor have you have shown that your circumstances are such that you will leave the UK at the end of your visit (Appendix V 4.2 (a)).
For the reasons above I am not satisfied that you have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit including the cost of your journey, any costs relating to dependants and the cost of any planned activities. Your application for a visit visa has been refused under Appendix V4.2(e).
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 Appendix of the United Kingdom 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.
You have applied for entry clearance to visit the UK branch of your employer. You state that you will remain in the UK for a period of 6 months and I note that the letter you have submitted in support of your application from ***** confirms that the aim of your visit is «to gain the knowledge from manufacture processes implemented in ***** and get detailed training in the owned position».
You have been employed as a chemical engineer with ***** in Russia since 27 February 2012. I have considered paragraph 46G(iii)(i)(a) of the Immigration Rules which states I must be satisfied that you are travelling to receive specific, on-off training techniques and work practices used in the UK.
I have considered that you have been in your current employment for over two and a half years, that you have applied for entry clearance with two of your colleagues who also state that they intend to visit the UK for the same purpose for a period of 6 months and that there is no explanation or breakdown as to what you will be doing for the time you are in the UK. I have also considered whether the purpose of your visit is to undertake one-off training techniques; however do not find it credible that you would be required to visit the UK for this protracted period to receive this training. In view of this I am not satisfied that you are a genuine business visitor or that you intend to leave the UK on completion of your visit. I am also not satisfied that you intend to carry out a permissible activity. 46G(i)(iii)(iii(i)(a)
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.
I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) 4.2 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:
You have stated that you intend to visit a friend in the UK for a period of thirty days and for tourism.
You have submitted a letter of invitation from ****** along with a copy of his British passport bio-data page. The invitation letter from ****** invites you to visit him and indicates that you will stay at ***** home for the duration of your proposed visit. I note that you have provided your mother’s documents indicating financial sponsorship of your trip. I also acknowledge that you are a non-working student. I am satisfied that ***** would be able to accommodate you if you had a genuine personal relationship. However, it is not clear how you know your sponsor, when you last met or if you have met in person. Your application overall does not demonstrate that you have a personal relationship that would satisfy me that your sponsor would accommodate you. I am therefore not satisfied with your reasons for wishing to visit the UK now.
You have stated that you are a student and your application indicates that you do not work. You have provided evidence that you are a student at *****. You have stated that you spend £600 per month on living costs. However your application and the documents that you have provided do not demonstrate that this is the case. Given that you have indicated that you are completely financially dependent on your mother for the cost of this trip I would need to see more evidence of your personal expenditure to establish your financial circumstances in Russia to be satisfied that you are a genuine visitor to the UK and that you intend to leave at the end of your proposed stay.
Given the points raised above, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor to the UK or that you will leave at the end of the period specified by you. I am not satisfied that your sponsors have a genuine personal relationship with you and will provide support to you for the intended duration of your stay. I am also not satisfied that you will be able to maintain and accommodate yourself in the UK without recourse to public funds or taking employment, or that you can meet the cost of your onward or return journey from the UK. 4.2 (a) (c) (e) and 4.3 (a) (c) of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules for visitors.