I applied for a UK standard visit visa to the UK. I have lived legally in the UK for about 6 years while studying. I applied to extend my stay but was refused, so I appealed under article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which failed. I returned to Pakistan voluntarily.
Now, after 3 years in Pakistan, I applied for a visa, but it was refused on the grounds that I would not leave the UK and that my circumstances in Pakistan are not strong enough for me to want to return.
During my earlier visa extension request appeal, the judge had stated that I have strong ties with Pakistan and I should return to my country. That is contradictory; the judge said I had strong ties but, today, the Entry Clearance Officer said that my situation is not strong, despite bank statement, family agricultural land, and my savings and accounts. What should I do?