I've received a refusal in Standard Visitor visa at February this year. I'm a pensioner, 64, I live in Moscow, previously visited UK 11 times, in a period from 2006 to 2019, I had 7 UK visas.
Can I apply again, but for a different type of visa, for example, for a marriage visa?
As I understand now, the situation with tourists visas has become more complicated after the pandemic - for example, in the past times itemized banking transactions was not required, it was sufficient to provide the bank certificate of my account. In December 2022, I applied for a regular tourist visa, fulfilled exactly the same requirements for my application, as I did in previous years, but was refused under paragraphs 4.2 and (c) of the Appendix V. I never ever could imagine, that my immaculate visa history would mean nothing, and I'd be suspected in deceit.