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Planning to apply for UK tourist visa for me and my parents , i have got enough documents but not my parents except passport and identity card.

Is there any chance of visa refusal considering there is not enough documents for my parents, and do i need to apply visa separately or together?

Would be great if someone could answer my queries.

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  • Assuming your parents are not dependent on you, if they can’t demonstrate that they meet the eligibility requirements then there is a very high chance of refusal. Reading this Visit guidance may help assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/… Each person has to complete an application travel.stackexchange.com/questions/56419/… – Traveller Jan 26 at 18:43
  • Each person must apply individually for a visa to enter the UK. In the process, you are asked with whom you are travelling, if anyone, but there is no group application procedure. Yes, they risk refusal if they offer absolutely no supporting documents; applying with only a passport is almost inviting a refusal (and, depending on your premise for entering the UK, may jeopardise your own visa application). – Giorgio Jan 26 at 22:23