I was denied the UK visa based on the following information:
You have stated that you will travel to the UK for 6 days.
I note that on 23 March 2019 you were refused a visa for this purpose. At that time, the immigration officer was not convinced that you had sufficiently demonstrated your studies in a country of residence (Asia). You have not dealt with this topic and have not presented any evidence that you are currently studying there. I realize that you have a temporary residence in (country in Asia). The documents you submit do not show your long-term intention to complete your studies.
Note: I've been in the UK for 6 months, including the Schengen area and Singapore (did not stay or abuse the visa requirements). I applied for a 2-year tourist visa and submitted documents from my university. I show a real full-time doctoral student with an 8-month residence visa of my current country of residence.
- You have submitted an account statement for (bank name) in your name. I notice that there are several cash deposits during the reporting period. The source of these funds is not clear and does not reflect your declared annual income of 12,200 GPS.
Note: I have provided the name of the sponsor (mother) with their payment slips and other documents from my local bank confirming the source.
- I believe that you have not shown enough strong family, social or economic relationships outside the UK or have any reason to return to your home country at the end of the journey.
Note: I secured my first British tourist visa (6 months) with two landowners in my town, another land ownership with shares (3 land objects of mine) and a letter from my parents stating that I am the sole heir to their 3'm residential real estate in the heart of my city. I have no children nor married