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I want to attend 5 days of training in the UK, I have two accounts, in one of my accounts (savings) I transferred a mortgage loan deposit by my employer into my salary account. I intend to use the money for personal development and company setup rather than property. Do you envisage me having any visa challenge with this?

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You’ll have to prove the source of the money when submitting your bank statements Should I submit bank statements when applying for a UK Visa? What do they say about me? If the loan document from your employer says its purpose was for a property purchase then yes, IMHO it will be a problem and will very likely be viewed as a type of funds parking strategy UK Visa Refusal: Provenance of funds/parking

It would be much better from a visa application point of view to be able to demonstrate that you can afford the trip without this money (from salary and savings). This question UK Visa Rejection - Second Time is an example of how closely UKVI can examine an applicant’s financial position.

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    My employer would consider use of a mortgage or car loan for something else as gross misconduct. – Michael Harvey Feb 27 at 19:53

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