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Have the UKBA stated anything in the refusal letter?
Yes, below is an abstract of the refusal letter:
“...I therefore refuse your application under paragraph 320 (7A) of the HC395 as quoted in the relevant Immigration Rules paragraph of this notice above. I also refuse you under paragraph 245ZV(a) of HC395 of the Immigration Rules.
You should note that because this application for entry clearance has been refused under paragraph 320(7A) of the Immigration Rules, any future applications may also be refused under paragraph 320(7B) of the Immigration Rules, (subject to the requirements set out in paragraph 320 (7C).
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What paragraph 320 (7)(a) states is that your application will be used if you have used deception. Now if you submit an application again what paragraph 320(7)(b) states is that if you have previously used deception then you application should be refused an you will be banned from applying for 10 years.
Therefore, unless you can send documents to the UKBA to state that you did not intend to submit false documents, if you submit a fresh application your application will be refused and you will be banned from submitting any application for 10 years.
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That would only be the case if you submitted your application through an agent etc. But in your case it does not seem to be relevant I am afraid.
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