I'm desperate to get a logical answer about my UK visa refusal. There's not a more respectful person toward visas and the UK Home Office as I am. I've never abused the system, never overstayed my visas, and stayed the exact amount of time I mentioned on each application. After three successful applications to the UK (2013, 2014, 2015), I was refused in 2016. The reason was because of a document that I was never asked me about before, which is the bank statement.
In all my past applications, all I used to provide was just the withdrawal document that show that I have withdrawn £1400 but I never added a bank statement that shows that I've been saving money from my salary. I applied the same way as I'm a genuine visitor.
In 2016, I was refused saying that I didn't show the origin of the £1400. They also mentioned that I was travelling alone and have no friends in the UK. I'm 34 years old and, yes, I don't have friends there, nor do I need to. Such details don't make sense to me.
The final point I don't understand. I am paid 45.000 DA (around £330), so my personal expenses are £50 a month, and I save £140 each month. After 10 months, I have £1400. They mentioned that I'm spending four times my salary. What does this mean? The £1400 is more than enough for a week in London, because my accomodation is always in a hostel at around £100, bus pass for a week is £21.20, and the flight ticket is £250. That would leave me with £1029 which is more than enough for visiting London, shopping; I know my numbers and how much to spend and where to.
If I add the bank statement, will it improve chance of getting a visa?