I am a Ugandan by nationality and a student. I have recently applied for a visit visa in the UK to see my cousins in the UK. I was refused the first time this year on the ground that I did not show my savings, income, and assets, and that I did not provide how I was supported in Uganda, despite placing my sponsor's financial statement. Given these reasons I decided to re-apply fulfilling the first refusal requirements by placing my bank statement with my savings, a letter from the university where I am studying at, my bank slips for payment of my tuition, my hostel slips as a student, my mother placed her bank statement, her land titles, and her payslips. All this evidence is showing that she is the one who supports me, my sponsor's financial statement which was included, as well. All this means we had satisfied the first refusal requirements which complies with v4.2 of appendix V: immigration rules for visitors, but still I was given yet another refusal which states:
You have declared you are a student: supported by your mother and that you are single no children to support. You have stated that you propose to travel to the UK for the first time to see a friend.
I have taken into consideration that you presently claim to studying in Uganda. despite your university commitments I am not satisfied that your circumstances are such that leaving the UK would be an attractive prospect at the end of your visit and that therefore you intend to leave the UK.
Given the statements you have made and the documentary evidence you have presented to support your application I am not satisfied that your circumstances in Uganda, coupled with your reasons for wishing to travel to the UK, are such that you have shown your intentions are as stated or that you intend to leave the UK at the end of your proposed visit. I am therefore, not satisfied that you will leave the UK at the end of your proposed visit. your application for a visit visa has been refused under paragraph V4.2(a) V4.2(c)
All these are false accusations because I clearly indicated that I am visiting a family member, who is my cousin. For the second statement, I sent in my university documents, which show I am a student, and am in my final year with a semester left (which is in February to July 2016), and by the time I resume with my studies the UK visa would have expired. This was evidence I had no intentions to stay in the UK as suggested by them. I therefore laid my complaint to the manager of the company that is in charge of transporting our applications to Pretoria South Africa for assessment since our country is no longer in charge. He told me to write a complaint letter so that he could send it back to Pretoria, but I doubt whether my letter will be responded to. Any advice or idea on how to write the letter will really mean a lot.