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I'm a mature student, Canadian and applied for the Tier 4 Visa a week ago. I was filling out my travel history and forgot 3 trips to the USA - I've been travelling abroad for a few years now and while filling out the online application didn't think to add my USA trips. I know this was careless and I feel terrible but any advice will be greatly appreciated!

Has anyone been refused due to travel history being left out?? What can I do!

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  • I've never filled in an application for visas, so I am not an expert in these matters, but couldn't call a number and ask for help. There must be a number or an email address that you can write to. I think if you explain that you made a mistake, it's more likely officials won't think you were covering up something. – Mari-Lou A Jul 25 '18 at 5:12
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    Have you attended your bio-metrics appointment/interview already? – Hanky Panky Jul 25 '18 at 5:27
  • I attended the biometrics appointment last week and received confirmation they had my application and were considering it on Monday. – mddm Jul 25 '18 at 10:54
  • A Tier 4 visa application for a Canadian is unlikely to be refused for a few overlooked trips to the US. You could contact the UKVI help centre, a fee-based service, but it may not be necessary. – Giorgio Jul 27 '18 at 1:31
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A Tier 4 visa application for a Canadian is unlikely to be refused for a few overlooked trips or border crossings into the United States.

As you've already been interviewed and your biometrics provided, you could contact the UKVI help centre, a fee-based service, if it continues to worry you:

Contact UK Visas and Immigration

You can call or email English-speaking staff with a question about your application.

By phone
Telephone: 00 44 203 481 1736
Monday to Friday, 24 hours
Calls cost £1.37 per minute on top of your standard network charges.

By email
Email UK Visas and Immigration.
Emails enquiries cost £5.48. You will not be charged for any follow-up emails about the same enquiry.

You’ll get a reply to your email within 2 days, except on Saturdays, Sundays and UK public holidays.

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