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2019, I was rejected Italy study visa base on fake bank statements.

Will this affect my UK student visa this yr.

Will I have to declare the reject with reasons.

Do UK and Italy share immigration data?

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    Irrespective of whether the UK and Italy share Immigration data, applying for a UK visa requires you to tell the truth and to disclose all visa denials, bans etc. Not doing so will earn you nothing but trouble if discovered assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/…
    – Traveller
    Aug 6 at 6:24
  • I didn’t receive a ban letter only a rejection letter with the reason stated with an option to appeal.
    – Dj1902
    Aug 6 at 8:32
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    A rejection is a denial and you will be asked for it. Our advice will be very clear on this matter, never lie in a visa application.
    – meego
    Aug 6 at 11:59

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  • Do UK and Italy share immigration data? Possibly, but maybe unlikely

  • Will I have to declare the reject with reasons? Yes. Irrespective of whether the UK and Italy share Immigration data, applying for a UK visa requires you to tell the truth and to disclose all visa denials, bans etc. Not doing so will earn you nothing but trouble if discovered.

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/947434/Suitability-false-representations-v2.0ext.pdf

  • Will this affect my UK student visa this yr? Possibly/probably. A visa denial by another country does not mean an automatic refusal, however the odds are high with a history of deception. The only way to find out is to apply, making sure that the rest of your application/paperwork is 100% watertight.

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