I am a 21 year old Belizean. I applied for a U.K visitor visa January 25th. Normally as a Belizean (British Commonwealth Citizen) I do not need a visa for a short visit in the U.K. But I went ahead and applied to apparently make things right, and it got refused, because I didn't provide accurate info of my stay in the U.K.
I really don't want to apply for a U.K Visitors visa, I really regret doing so. But, can I still go and give it a try? Travel and be ready to be question at the border? I am pretty sure they will ask me questions at the Heathrow Aiprort, but this time I will carry with me better supporting documents when asked by the U.K border officer. For eg. Round trip plane ticket, information of where I will be staying, receipts of booked hotel/flat, money I have available, etc... Also, I do not have any criminal record. I only wish to visit the u.k for 1 to 3 months.
Any advice to this, beside me applying all over again.
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