I have refused your application for a visit visa as I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) V4.2-V4.10 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:
I recognise that family visits are important. However, under the UK immigration rules, you must show that you qualify for a visa by explaining your own circumstances and the plans you have for your visit. I must assess the information you have provided about yourself separately from your sponsor’s part of your application. In considering your application, I have to consider whether you intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. As part of this, I have to consider the information provided by you about your personal and economic circumstances.
You state that you wish to visit the UK for 21 days accompanied by your daughter and stay with your brother *****. You have submitted a letter of invitation, together with copies of his UK Residence permit and supporting financial documents.
You state that you are married with a dependent child and have been employed full time in Moldova since 02/06/2014.
I have taken into account all the evidence available to me to make an informed decision about your application. Part of that evidence is the information you provided in your application for a visit visa. I am mindful of the fact that you were recently granted a visit visa on 04/07/2017 and that you stated when you applied for the visa on 07/05/2017 that you would stay for 14 days. You have now declared that you stayed in the UK from 18/07/2017 to 01/08/2017, 26/08/2017 to 15/11/2017 and 22/11/2017 to 19/12/2017, a total period of around 4 months. Although you left the UK before your visa expired, you have provided no satisfactory explanation of why you stayed for these extended periods which were longer than you planned to do or how you met your personal, financial and professional commitments back in Moldova while you were away for such a long time.
On balance, this leads me to doubt that the information in your current application is accurate. Because of this, I am not satisfied that you are seeking entry only as a visitor for the length of time you say on this occasion. Therefore I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor for a period not exceeding 6 months or that you intend to leave the United Kingdom at the end of the period as stated by you.
It is your responsibility to satisfy me that your personal circumstances are such that if granted leave to enter, you will comply with all of the conditions attached to any such leave and that you will leave the UK on completion of the proposed visit. On the evidence available to me today I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the UK. I am not satisfied that you genuinely intend a short visit only to the UK and that you will leave at the end of your visit.
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 Immigration Rules. Paragraph V 4.2 (a) and (c). 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.