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 – V4.10 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for visitors because:
In order to be able to make a decision on whether or not to grant you entry clearance in this category I have taken into account your stated circumstances in Russia, the reasons for your visit and your proposed travel arrangements.
You have declared that you are self-employed earning a salary and have savings, you have living costs in Russia and you have £1000 for this visit. You state that you will come to the UK for 7 days and you have a sponsor in the UK. You state that you are coming to work for them and will be paid £1100 for your work. However, working in the UK under Appendix V is forbidden and I am therefore not satisfied that you are coming to the UK as a genuine visitor.
In light of the information provided I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the UK now. I am not satisfied that you will not will not undertake any prohibited activities set out in V 4.5 – V 4.10 of these rules. (Paragraph 4.2 (d) of Appendix V Immigration Rules for Visitors).
Furthermore, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes, not satisfied that you will leave the UK at the end of the visit and that you will be able to maintain and accommodate yourself adequately in the UK or meet the costs of your return or onward journey from the UK. Your application is refused under Appendix V4.2 (a) (c) and (e) of the 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 and 4.3 of Appendix V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:
You have applied for leave to enter to visit the UK for 14 days.
You have stated that you are unemployed and that your total yearly income from all sources of employment after tax is 360000 RUB (£4,442.23). I have noted all of the documents you have submitted in support of your application which appear to support your statements. However, whilst I have noted these, the remaining documents you have submitted do not demonstrate that you receive your stated yearly income and how you financially support yourself. You stated that you were supported by your husband .However the documents you provided do not demonstrate this. You also stated that you had two children. The documents you have provided do not demonstrate that your personal circumstances are as stated and also it is not clear from the documents you have submitted whether your children will be travelling with you or not. The above means, I am not satisfied that your personal or financial circumstances are as stated or of your true intentions for wishing to visit the UK now. I am not therefore satisfied that you are a genuine visitor and will leave the UK at the end of your visit. Your application for a visit visa has been refused under Paragraph V4.2(a)(c).
You have submitted bank statements in support of your circumstances in Russia and in support of your claim to having funds in place for this visit. However as stated above, they do not confirm you receive your stated income nor do they confirm the origin of your funds. The above means I am not satisfied that these funds are genuinely available to you for your exclusive use. I am not therefore satisfied that you have sufficient funds available to cover your costs whilst in the UK without working or accessing public funds. Your application has therefore been refused under Paragraph V4.2(e).
Also you stated that you would be supported by your sister for the duration for your trip. However the documents you have provided do not demonstrate that you are related as stated. I am therefore not satisfied that there is a genuine professional or personal relationship with your sponsor. The bank statement from RBS you provided in your sponsor’ name shows a closing balance of £184.08 on 20/02/2018. I am therefore not satisfied that your sponsor can and will support you for the intended duration of your stay. I am therefore refusing your application under paragraph 4.3 (a) and (c).
I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) 3.6 V: Immigration Rules for Visitors because:
Under paragraph 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules a person must automatically be refused entry clearance if false representations or documents are used (whether or not material to the application and whether or not to the applicant’s knowledge) or material facts are not disclosed in relation to the application. A false representation for these purposes is a lie, or a false statement in a visa application, made either orally or in writing. A false document includes:
a genuine document which has been altered or tampered with;
a counterfeit document (one that is completely false);
a genuine document which is being used by an impostor;
a genuine document which has been fraudulently obtained or issued;
а genuine document which contains a falsified or counterfeit visa endorsement.
In your application you were asked if you had ever been refused a visa for the UK. You replied no. Records show that you applied for a visa under the reference ******* which was refused on 06 March 2018.
You have now applied for a visitor visa so that you may travel to the UK for 8 days. I note that you have failed to disclose your previous refusal in your current application. V (3.6). I am therefore satisfied you withheld a relevant fact in your attempt to secure a visa for the United Kingdom.
You should note that because this application for entry clearance has been refused under paragraph 3.6 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules, any future applications may also be refused under paragraph 3.7 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules, (subject to the requirements set out in paragraph A320).
A refusal under paragraph 3.7 of Appendix V of the Immigration Rules attracts an automatic refusal period of up to 10 years. The period starts from the date of the previous event in which the deception or submission of falsified documents or information was employed.