I have applied for a UK visitor visa on 24th May 2021 and received a refusal on 1st June and I sent ECO a Pre-action protocol letter and he sent me reconsidering letter on 7th June. How long the new decision will take as it was clearly ECO’s mistake that he didn’t read my documents with the application. Will they interview me and I didn’t receive my passport even after 10 days of refusal decision? Please come up with answers enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description here

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    Please add an image to your question (using the "edit" link below your question text, and then the "moon and mountains" button in the composition window) of the entire refusal letter you received, after obscuring your name and address and other personal information contained in the letter. – DavidSupportsMonica Jun 16 at 3:43
  • I attached refusal letter received on 01 June and then reconsidering letter received on07 June.It was ECO mistake that he understood I m receiving money from My cricket club that’s not true – Chiku Jun 16 at 7:59
  • @Chiku attach both the refusal letters. – Aak Jun 16 at 8:02
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    Have I understood correctly? You’ve applied twice (what were the dates?) and had two refusals. In one application you say you want to visit for nearly 6 months and will fund the trip from your own/your mother’s resources, in another you plan to visit for 3 months to play cricket and will receive £4000 from a UK cricket club, which UKVI has understandably deemed a payment. What’s your connection with the club, why are they paying you? Why have you changed the basis of the application from self-financed to paid? Why do you want to visit in the middle of a pandemic? Please edit your question – Traveller Jun 17 at 7:18
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    Whatever comes out of reading the refusal letters, we can not predict how long a decision will take. – Willeke Jun 17 at 8:05

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