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I just submitted my UK tourist visa application. However I forgot to sign the printed online form although I made an e-signature after my fingerprints registration. Does this lead to a refusal?

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    It will not be refused. If they decide it's a show-stopper they will reject it; i.e., send it back to the VFS so you can sign it. It will have a short fuse on it because they do not want your evidence to get stale. A rejection is not the same as a refusal, so it's not a big problem. – Gayot Fow Nov 26 '15 at 20:52
  • added 'visa-rejection' tag – Gayot Fow Nov 26 '15 at 20:54
  • Last time I submitted visa application they said signature is no more required. – Giorgi Nov 27 '15 at 21:28
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No, your application will not be refused due to the lack of a signature.

It will not be refused. If they decide it's a show-stopper they will reject it; i.e., send it back to the VFS so you can sign it. It will have a short fuse on it because they do not want your evidence to get stale. A rejection is not the same as a refusal, so it's not a big problem.

Source: comment on this TSE thread by user Gayot Fow

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