I applied for a UK general visitor visa, and after a month, I found out that my visa got rejected for these reasons: my host family sent me a invitation letter, but we haven't mentioned how we know each other. They also said I gave no proof that I would come back to my home town.
How Am I supposed to prove it? How to prove that strong ties to my home country? I'm a university student, and I'm only allowed to get a documents that shows my summer holiday, and other one that proves I'm a student.
This is the decision:
You state that you intend to travel to the UK for a period of 3 weeks to visit friends. I note that you have provided copies of your sponsor's passports and documents relating to their circumstances in the UK as evidence of this. However, there is no indication in the documents whom you will be travelling to Tunbridge Wells with; given that you have never previously travelled to the UK, I consider this particularly relevant. This casts doubts on the credibility of your application and on your intentions in visiting the UK.
In the light of the above, I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor for a limited period as stated by you, not exceeding 6 months, or that you intend to leave the UK at the end of this period.
I have therefore refused your application because I am not satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that you meet all of the requirements of the relevant Paragraph of the UK immigration Rules.
I submitted my parents bank statements and all their financial, their financial support letter that proves they will fund my trip, a document from my university that proves I'm a student, an invitation letter from my british friends with all their financial details, passport copies and accommodation details , a music festival ticket, my marital status document, and my previous passport with previous Schengen visas.