In August of 2014, my UK 2-year visa was cancelled at the border, although I was granted a 13-day temporary admission, along with my daughter. I appealed this decision, through two different lawyers. The appeal was denied on the grounds that I had intended to stay in a private residence instead of the hotels I indicated on the form I had completed, and that I did not have sufficient funds for my stay in the UK.
There was no restriction or ban on the UK appeal judgment. In the temporary admission, it was called "a temporary admission for a person liable to be detained" and "refused or granted leave to remain nor enter/cancelled. "
I instructed the second lawyer not to pursue the matter any further.
Since then, I went ahead and applied to renew my US visa, which was granted, and I travelled to the US last year and stayed for the summer.
I am reapplying for a UK visa and on the application form, under immigration issues, it has two options:
- I was required to leave
- I was refused entry at the border
- I was removed
I do not know which one to pick.