Hello all and thanks for the help. My friend, despite having grown up in the uk, is not native and did not end up getting acquiring British citizenship.
He went for a visit to the uk a couple of months ago and was denied at the border for a visitor visa because he did not have his financial documents on him, and failed to explain that his education visa was terminated when asked (after moving back home). Clarification: he had attended university in the uk after primary, secondary school and college and dropped out and moved back to his home country. Upon arrival, he did not mention to the immigration agent that It had been terminated. I have read on here that those visitor visas cannot be appealed, though I believe it’s far too late anyway.
He is coming to visit me in America in a couple of months. He was granted a visitor visa and entry around three years ago with the visa expiring in a couple of years from now. Should we prepare for any potential issues because of the UK visa refusal? I would be gutted to not be able to see him. Sorry if this is a repeat question!