i will be attending a professorial course in UK for 3 days , would i get reused if i apply for a week there knowing i only need 3 days for the course?

if i applied for 3 days only and i stay for a week is there gonna be any problems when i apply again ?

what is the proper papers should i get for this application knowing i tried to use slandered visa and got rejected two weeks ago?

  • What is the reason your application was rejected two weeks ago? – Greg Hewgill Dec 28 '18 at 2:45
  • i am not sure how to post a picture here but here is the link for my first attempt , i tried to get a stander visa to attend this course on my own and when i get back my company would pay me but after it got refused i asked them to do it for me. the link for my first attempt : travel.stackexchange.com/questions/128939/… – user89744 Dec 28 '18 at 3:01
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    Your main problem is not about this staying longer. Your problem is your first application was denied and you have not addressed the problems from that. You’re going to get bounced whether you ask for 3 days or 10 days unless you address those issues. – user 56513 Dec 28 '18 at 6:36
  • As @HonoraryWorldCitizen said: you must address the issues leading to your first refusal. That said, they can give you a visa for how many days they want, they don't have to even look at what you asked for (but they are not evil, so they rarely (I was about to write never, but I'm sure it has happened, if nothing else then by error) give out visas for shorter periods than you ask for). If you then decide not to stay for all the days you can, everything is fine, if you choose to overstay, there might be consequences, and you should tell about it on future visa applications. – Henrik Dec 28 '18 at 7:40
  • Can you guys help me address the problems here ? I went to this counseling office and he said I am having no chance since I have zero travel history and my family ties are almost zero . I can provide list of my papers if that's gonna help . Thank You for your time – user89744 Dec 28 '18 at 9:56

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