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my first application was refused as said in the last refusal letter they were not satisfied on the balance of probabilities that i was genuinely seeking entry for the limited period as i stated in my application which was for 6 weeks and they believe that i didnt intend to leave the UK a the end of my proposed visit.
since the marriage visa been refused, we were planning just for me to visit him first and we will plan to get civil marriage registered in singapore instead in after few months. so i applied for general visa, and in the refusal letter, it said " it is unclear why i now not intending on marrying my partner. i've attached snap shot of both refusal letters. i hope u can take a look. let me know if u have a problem of viewing it as i cant scan it right now.
Date to appeal was in July. So i'll apply fresh application. Question is can i still apply for the marriage visitor visa or i have to make a clearance by applying general visitor visa first?
The problem i have is that i work at a bar and i didnt get any pay slip for my commission. therefore it's hard for me to provide strong evidence as required.
I'm wondering also if my 3rd application will be refused again, will it effected me o visit UK in the future?
From your opinion, if i re apply for marriage visa, what do u think would satisfy those doubts they had?
Sorry for the missing info.
My partner is British and live in London. i've been visiting him there from time to time. We would like to get married there since he live there and it would be easier to get it done during my visit and we can do it as a civil marriage without having him converted.
I've been to UK 5 times, and i never have to apply for visa to visit as i'm a malaysian passport holder. we decided to get married and then i applied for marriage visitor visa. which been refused
the first refused was on 11 june 2013 as u can see on the attachment. and the second one was on 1st july 2013. i was confused and didnt really understand on how to appeal and that we decided to get married in Thailand which cant be done. How can i ask for appeal when it's already passed the date?
If we get married else where, what are he chances they will approve visa for me if i've already been declined twice?
what do u think best way for me next? and will i have a problem if been refused 3 times? i mean, can i still keep applying or it have a cooling period?
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Thanks for the advice. so it's been 2 months since MVV been refused. i will try to lodge an appeal out of time. yes, i would need list of lawyers in his locality. thanks
Hi Alex, i would appreciate if u could provide me the list of lawyers. My partner live in colliers wood but he work in London town. do u provide he same service too? if so i would like to know the rate. thank you
thank you alex. really helpful of u.
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