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Citizenship of person
Country that it applies to
homelessness is Voluntarily
Context is for visa ...
Your goals when filling any visa application are a) to be truthful and b) to not raise undue attention. In your case, these conflict a bit, so the best way out is to write an address through which you are theoretically contactable in your home country. This can be a parent, a friend, really anybody who knows who you are -- and while it's not your home, it's ...
I have very bad news for you. To get a visitor visa you need to prove you do not intend to immigrate, this is rule #1 everywhere. The way you can prove this by showing ties to your home country, this includes owning or renting (weaker link) a home, having a job, family and so forth. You literally have no ties and you could just settle wherever you want (you ...
The GOV website provides some information on this:
7. ARF4.3 How do applicants enter the UK to enlist in HM Forces?
From 11 July 2013 the Ministry of Defence requires all Commonwealth nationals seeking to enlist in HM Forces to demonstrate that they have lived in the UK with valid leave for a minimum of 5 years immediately prior to commencing the ...
You should apply for C-Visa, which is a visitor's visa
the reason is to visit your wife and tourism and then to return
If you want to move permanently to your wife, you must apply for a D-Visa
depending on whether she a EU Citizen or not the form of the application is different
UK Immigration Rules don’t specify a minimum savings/income requirement. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-appendix-v-visitor-rules What matters is that an applicant has sufficient funds available to them to cover the costs trip, and that those costs are proportionate to their overall financial situation.
One cover letter ...
Put the passport in the pocket of a shirt you don't like, and put that shirt in the washing machine. Wash it nice and hot.
Result: the passport is damaged but still extant. Send in the remains and apply for a replacement passport on the grounds of being damaged.
This way nobody can accuse you of the fraud where the passport is 'lost' but in fact ...
Was that fake visa ever used? One hopes not, because if it was detected it is on the record and will cause future difficulties.
The best advice I can offer is to apply for a new clean passport ASAP directly from the issuing authority in your country. Tell the passport issuing authority your current one was accidentally destroyed. Apply for your study permit ...
Other visa officials might check your travel history for a new visa, and if they detect the forgery then it will be very difficult to get a visa. Visa officials will hold you responsible for what that agent did in your name.
You lied with that first fake.
Why should they believe that you are telling the truth now?
The best option for you is to get a new ...
Lose your passport and get a new one without all this fake permit nonsense. (Edit: more precisely, wash it nice and hot as this answer https://travel.stackexchange.com/a/146620/4188 suggests.)
Lose everyone between you and relevant authorities, well meaning but clueless family members and also less well meaning agents (also known as scammers, conmen, ...
The purpose of submitting bank statements with your visa application is threefold:
Demonstrate that you can support yourself
Demonstrate that you have strong ties to your home country - a fixed constant income every months shows you receive a salary of some sort, hence you have a job
Demonstrate that you lead a financially healthy lifestyle
With this in ...
There is no fixed template for the travel history document so you can draft your own. The important thing is that the information is easy to grasp and clear. You want to make the immigration officers' life easier, not harder.
One template which seems popular on the web is to make a table with specific columns:
6 column which support:
entry date/exit ...
When making a UK visitor visa application, the main thing that you have to demonstrate is that you will return home after your trip. This is why you have been asked to give evidence that you have somewhere to live outside the UK when you apply. Someone who has no home is much more likely to try and stay in the UK beyond the limit of their visa. As Traveller ...
As far as I can see you should be mailing to a different address:
You should mail your application to:
VFS Services USA Inc.
UKVI Scanning Hub
145 West 45th St Floor 5
New York NY 10036
According to the UK Government website
Yes, your assumption is correct.
Your "Jörg" and the name starts with "W" should belong on the "Ad" (Name) field (seperated with a space of course) and "Mittag" should belong on the "Soyad" (Surname) field.
Here an example of an e-Visa which is probably the same as with the normal visa application.
Article 14 of the Visa Code https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32009R0810&from=EN covers Supporting Documents and states that the applicant should present “(d) information enabling an assessment of the applicant’s intention to leave the territory of the Member States before the expiry of the visa applied for.”
Within Annex II (...
You are going to have problems.
As Giacomo Catenazzi says, selling a property to pay for your trip is a bit of a red flag. In fact any large amounts of money suddenly appearing in your account, or the account of someone who is paying for your trip, is going to be a red flag. You have to make sure that your documentation of the sale is rock solid - a legal ...
Whoever you use as a sponsor has to prove that they can afford the commitment. You don’t say how much the overall cost of the proposed short study course will be (travel to UK, course fees, personal spending during the course etc) but however much that is, your sponsor needs to show:
the money is available to you
the spend is proportionate to their income/...
Selling property for a travel is not seen well. You sell properties when you want to emigrate, so break link to home country.
Regular income is much better. And you should try to stress on documents which prove you will return after the course at Oxford (maybe also describing advantages of your course on your career on your home country).
Gayot has a reputation for posting answers that imply being very, very familiar with UK visa processes. I seem to remember at least one question on meta that implied they were directly involved professionally with some legal affairs pertaining to UK visas. Thus, Gayot probably had the opportunity either to talk to the relevant visa centre officers directly ...
I think what Gayot means is that the immigration officers use a template for refusal letters in which the reason for refusal is given in the form:
I have refused your application for a visit visa because I am not satisfied that you meet the requirements of paragraph(s) [speed code for relevant Immigration Rule]
Where the [speed code] is usually a pointer ...
Although your sister is family, I think the two options have slightly different meanings. I would interpret "living with my family" as living with one or more family members in a situation in which you are not contributing economically towards rent and expenses. "Other- Living with my sister" could mean that you two share accommodation and you both ...
It seems that you want to know what documents to submit with your Canada temporary resident visa application. These are listed in the official document checklist published by Canada.
You should read the entire checklist, as it is a bit long to reproduce here. But it does mention (among other things) that you should submit:
Copies of bank statements ...
Generally one applies for a visa for the country in which they'll spend the most time, in your particular case that is Germany.
One applies for a visa for the country which is the port of entry only when the stay in multiple countries is the same in duration.
2 days Sweden (Port of Entry)
2 days Germany
2 days Denmark
Schengen Visa Code:
The EU ...
When you are asked "have you ever been refused a visa", you say yes and explain what happened back then. You just didn't meet the requirements nine or ten years ago, but that shouldn't cause any problems as long as your situation has changed and you meet the requirements today. If you had been refused a visa two weeks ago, that might be a problem.
If you ...
Stating the relationship (and not just "cousin": it is a vague term) should be enough (e.g. it is the son of the brother of your father? [add names]).
But why you cousin want to sponsor you (and not me)? This is a question embassy want to know. They want to be sure you will comply with the visa (not working and returning within the visa timeframe). In ...
As your main purpose in visiting is to study, it would appear that the Short Term Student Visa is appropriate. The guidance for the Standard Visitor Visa says study cannot be the main purpose of your visit.