My friend adoptive father's application has been refused:
You have applied to visit the UK for 3 days to visit your son. You state your named son is currently in the UK as a student. You have submitted adoption papers in support of your relationship, however Home Office records show in your named son’s most recent application for a UK visa, his father’s name is different to yours. The supporting information provided does not demonstrate your UK contact is expecting you on this visit or provide further detail on your relationship.
You state you intend to spend £1000 (179,993DZD at £1 = 179.99DZD – www.oanda.com as of 31/12/2020) on this visit out of your own expense. You have submitted a bank statement in your name with account number ending 8886 with a balance of 32,661.73DZD (£181.46). I note deposits supporting a monthly pension income, however given the funds evidenced available I am not satisfied you have sufficient disposable funds to cover the costs of this visit. Given the above I am therefore not satisfied you have demonstrated that your circumstances are as declared or are as such that you intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. This also leads me to further doubt your intentions in travelling to the UK. I am also not satisfied that you have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without accessing public funds. Your application for a visit visa has therefore been refused under paragraphs V4.2 (a), (c) & (e).
I now will write an explanation letter to explain that back to our home country we don't grant the family name to the adopted child due to some religious and traditional reasons. please can you give more ideas or solutions ?? and regarding the bank statement, he has created a bank letter and has put all his savings. Is this a good idea ?? Thank you so much