Thanks for your question.
The fact that you have previously been rejected on an article 8 basis does not mean that you will be automatically rejected.
However, if your previous application contained any elements or statements which the home office considered deceptive then this would be held against your new application and it would be likely to be rejected.Assuming that there was no deception the home office may be somewhat concerned that this student visa application is effectively to secure leave to remain in the UK for the purpose of staying here permanently. Essentially this means that they may consider that you are an increased risk of an overstay.
So, you would have to reassure them in your statements nad evidence that this is a genuine application for a student visa in order to study the course you are taking. It would also helpful if you were able to show that you have obligations outside of the UK which will compel you to return at the end of the visa.
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I cannot review the documents and give you specific advice because this forum is for general answers only. If you want specific legal advice on the home office documents then you would have to instuct a UK based immigration solicitor in the normal way and pay their fees (much more expensive that this sevrice).
However, if you have not used any deception then it's not likely that the application would be held against you and your new tier 4 application will be considered as normal.
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You would have to go to a local solicitor to get specific advice I'm afraid..
Not on this forum I'm afraid and I can't accept private instructions from customers of this site.
I am sorry,