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So I applied in January for UK visit visa and it was refused on the bases of First refusal- 4.2(a),(c) and (e) of appendix v immigration rules for visitors * not sufficient strong social, economic and personal ties to Ireland

I reapplied the following month and got refused on the bases of - V4.2-v4.10 of appendix v: Immigration Rules for visitors * Only in Job for 3 months * Statement for one month * 4.2(a)(c) of immigration rules

I'm currently living in Ireland with my family and working. The mistake I made at the time of applying was that I had started my job 2 weeks before and didn't have a travel history or sufficient savings

In the past 2 months I've travelled 4 times within Europe for various events and car shows, I'd like to reapply again but need advice on how I can strengthen my application for this time enter image description hereenter image description here

marked as duplicate by user79658, Giorgio, Henning Makholm, Traveller, Honorary World Citizen Nov 28 '18 at 5:08

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    In addition to all th good information in the linked answers, your wages appear very low to me. – Honorary World Citizen Nov 28 '18 at 5:09
  • It was €750 p/m at the time applied - it's €1300 now also I've my second schengen visa since applying for UK if that'll help – Travelbug18 Nov 28 '18 at 13:30
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    It definitely helps. You were refused twice in rapid succession. I would say give it at least a year. You do not want to look desperate to enter UK. I think after a year or a year and half you stand a decent chance. – Honorary World Citizen Nov 28 '18 at 14:44