I have applied for a UK visa business visitor twice and both of them have been refused.
I'd like to declare that my request was real with an invitation letter from my employer, hr letter and bank statement summary.
some of my friends who traveled to UK before advised me to borrow some money and deposit it to my account to look better, but it was a very bad idea.
My application has been refused for the first time because the clearance officer wants to see the salary transactions in my account and my marriage evidence.
in the second application I have submitted the bank statement in detailed beside my marriage evidence but it also refused for the second time because of the large deposit prior of my application.
I cannot tell them I have borrowed this money as you know.
shall I wait for six months for example and submit a fresh bank statement with a fresh application or it will be a waste of time?
will they treat the third application with its merits or they will consider the previous refusal reasons and will ask for the origin of the large deposit again?
I have added the reasons of the first and second refusals.
The first refusal reasons are:
You have applied to travel to the UK on business for a one month trip for training. You have indicated that your employers will fund your proposed visit and that the cost to you personally will be £300.” “To demonstrate your circumstances you have submitted an employment letter from ... and an invitation letter from ... along with your bank summary certificate which shows no transactions or income. From these documents I am not satisfied that you are in receipt of your stated monthly income or therefore that your circumstances in Egypt are as stated.” “I have considered the evidence and information submitted in your application; and on the balance of probabilities I am not satisfied your circumstances are as claimed and, therefore, I am not satisfied as to your intentions in wishing to travel to the United Kingdom now. As a result I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a business visitor or intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. Paragraph V 4.2 (a) (c) of the immigration Rules. In order to assess your intentions to leave the UK at the end of your visit, as required by the Immigration Rules, I have taken into account that you have not demonstrated any family remaining in Egypt. You have shown no assets or property in Egypt. In assessing your ties to Egypt I consider that these are therefore limited, and amount to your stated employment only. As a consequence I do not consider that you have demonstrated, with the evidence presented, that you will leave the UK upon completion of your visit.”
the second refusal reasons are :
you state that you are emplyed by ... and you intend to travel to the UK for business meetings. To demonstrate this you have provided a letter from ... given the fact that your meetingz were due to commence 10 days after your visa application was submitted and in the absence of any further information confirming a change in the dates of your trip. I am not satisfied that you genuinely seeking entry as a business visitor. you state that you recive a monthly income of ... and you have not declared cany other income. To demonstrate your personal circumstances you have provided a bank statement in your name with clothing balance ... I note that the balance of the account was inflated by a a cash deposit of ... on ... . Given the fact that this deposit equates to 10 times your monthly income. It is reasonable to expect you to demonstrate the origin of these funds, you have not done so and as a result. I am not satisfied that you have provided an accurate account of your personal circumstances and as a result I caused to doubt your intentions for traveling to the UK at this time.
I have considered the evidence and information submitted in your application; and on the balance of probabilities I am not satisfied your circumstances are as claimed and, therefore I am not satisfied as result I am not satisfied that you are genuinely seeking entry as a business visitor or intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit. Paragraph V 4.2 ( a ) ( c ) of the immigration Rules. Future applications Any future UK applications you make will be considered in thier individual merits, however you are likely to be refused unless the circumstances of your application change.