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Hi there.Thanks.No, but I have a partner, whom I've been in a long-term relationship with and was the reason behind me staying 5 months instead of 1 month on my last visitor's visa. Prior to that I was on a Tier 4 visa.Kind regards.
Yes, I left the UK on 27/11/12 voluntarily at my own expense. After entering the UK on a visitor's visa on 28/6/12. After that, I panicked about my belongings, as I haven't previously made arrangements for them. I re-entered the UK on 14/12/12 in order to reclaim my belongings etc, but I was refused entry on arrival to the UK, at Heathrow T5 for not stating my true relation with my partner, i.e. I put him down as 'Other' on my last application, instead of 'Partner'. It wasn't deliberate, I was unsure that I had to include that in the 'Additional details'. Thanks
Thank you for your reply.I have read the relevant paragraph, 320 7B(iii). Ok, but the timing is really awkward i.e. most courses (Uni) start in September/October, so providing I would get an offer and a CAS number, along with relevant documentation, will my application for a Student Visa (Tier 4), for a course starting in September/October of this year, be refused? A student visa imo is a more purposeful immigration category than a tourist visa. I appreciate your response.
Thank you for your reply.What do the UKBA achieve by 'banning' me from re-entering for 12 months? Thanks
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