Receiving a visa refusal can be very upsetting. You will have spent time and money on the visa process. Our advice is to take extra time and care to ensure that your first visa application is your only visa application. You may not have time to make another visa application.
The most common reason for a student to receive a visa refusal for a Tier 4 application is because the financial evidence is:
If you are a student who is either fully or partially self-funded or we suggest that you:
*Please note that you cannot use the bank statements of other family members, such as your aunt, uncle, brother or sister.
Familiarise yourself with paragraphs 196 - 230 of the Tier 4 Policy Guidance to make sure that your financial evidence is in the correct format and showing everything that UK Visas and Immigration require.In particular, note that the financial evidence needs to show:
This information should be read in conjunction with our guidance on how to apply for your Tier 4 visa.
If your visa application is refused, you will be asked to email your visa refusal notice to email@example.com so we can advise you further.
Applicants who receive a visa refusal need to be aware of the University's latest date to issue a CAS. This is three working days before the official course start date or for CELE students, 11 working days before the course start date. You should also be aware of the final deadline for registration. See our late arrivals page for further information.
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