Me and my girlfriend are both non-EU. She is a student in the UK with her studies completing at the end of this year and I am a full time employee at a top company in Germany with a German Permanent residence (in Germany since 6 years already so already very near to my citizenship rights in Germany)
Along with my supporting documentation, its proven that my salary is 3455€/month (after tax) and along with the 6 month salary slips. No clue how the officer got that number wrong there. Actually it would be around 3700€/month (after tax) if I include the two bonuses (June and December) per year, that too reflected in one of the salary slips with pay of 5200€/June (after tax).
Overall (~38K-41K Pounds)/year after tax. In my opinion this is good enough salary on the UK scale too, right ?
Further, a bank balance statement of ~80000 €. Not at all sure how did the visa officer evaluate my insufficient funds?
Given the above points, I don't understand at all
- how the officer concludes of my intention of NOT going back to Germany and staying in the UK
- my intention to use the public funds for the expenses?
Given the high bureaucracy, I no longer intend to marry in the UK anymore but in my home country instead.
Is it wise to go for the visitor tourist visa instead as I just want to meet my girlfriend? Is it risky that although with my strong intention to come back to Germany given the entirely favorable circumstances, the officer might simply reject the second application based on the first? Although, logically we both are non EU knowing there is no chance of me claiming UK citizenship too on my fiancees behalf?
PS: I had 5 short stay entries in UK in the last one year alone (entries less than one week) which is also a proof of my intention not to STAY LONGER periods or permanently in UK.
Any answers/experiences would be highly appreciated.
Thanks and regards,