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Good afternoon, he would be able to re apply for visit visa but he would have to address the reasons for previous refusal and show evidence he has ties to country of origin before reapplying.
When making an application they can check with the employer therefore if in employment this should stay the status whilst application is pending.
It would be better when in a new employment to apply as he has already resigned from previous employment.
From the refusal if he can show he has ties on country of origin then it will be fine to re apply. The home office look for things such as property, employment etc. Please note that every case is different therefore different caseworker will deal with a case therefore it may not be the same as someone who was previously granted.
Ties means that he has something to go back to in Fiji.
If he lives at home with family and does not have a job he should get a letter from parents with copies of there passports that he would be coming to the U.K. for an informal visit and would be returning back.
Driving license, identity card or any ID with their picture on.
The letter would need to address that there son is currently living with them and the reasons he will be traveling to U.K. for visit. Also if his name is ***** ***** documents for family home this should be provided.
Like if his names on the property from family home whether they receive any money for that this is usually good evidence.
Then he should show this as evidence. Tenancy agreement and letter from the landlord.
That’s fine but it will show he has ties in his country of origin.
If he is in studies this would also help.
This would also show ties as he is unemployed.
That was main focus of the refusal so I have mentioned above all the things he can get to show evidence of ties
Yes it would be accepted if he can show evidence of the course.
Then this will work in his favour when reapplying which is good. You previously sent the refusal and we addressed it before.
They would need to add the dates they have authorised him to leave for and his current role with employment and salary.
He will not be refused if he can justify his previous refusals and rectified it this time as we previously discussed.
The employer should add the dates they are authorising leave for and return date and yes it should be in line with how long he will be at the army assessment for. Glad to be of assistance today.
He should stay for the time granted by employer as if he stays longer then next time he applies for visit they can refuse on the basis he stayed longer than he declared he would.
When making application you have to stick to the dates you have applied for.
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Good morning, for clarification, for this application the dates you are planning to be out of your home country for these dates should be the same as holiday requested from employer.
They would need to authorise the full 5 months so the information from previous application would not be conflicting.
No they would need to state that I authorise ......... 5 months leave to visit the U.K. for the army assessment.
Yes that’s correct because they are not stating the fact the reason he would be away for that time period as he knows he would be away for the army assessment.
His work would also need to state the same otherwise the home office will wonder why he has not been improved from work.
For clarification, the employer would need to clearly state the dates he will be away for.
Yes this letter will be good to submit as it addresses the previous refusal. Kind regards
The time he has been granted off from work should be the same with army assessment and application form. He may have to look at a shorter time in uk otherwise this can cause refusal again if employer is not authorising for that time period.
So this is not the the correct letter?
They are not saying they are agreeing for the 5 months.
As previously advised the application can be refused with this second letter they have given.
Because of his previous refusal his employment would need to be in support of the dates he will be in U.K. because the home office can do checks whether they agree to this.
Would you like a phone conversation so I can explain to you if you are confused?
As previously mentioned the employer clearly needs to state how long they will be allowing him to visit the U.K. for this time.
So if visiting for 5 months it should be 5 months not 1 month.
If he puts only 1 month it would conflict the other application unless the army have reduced the army assessment time then it would be fine if not it should state the 5 months.
The letter says assessment dates are for 1 day but he must arrive 21 prior. Where did he get the 5 months from?
Yes as per what they have written it would be 1 month he would be away for.
The home office go with what is written through evidence therefore it’s needs to be very clearly whether it’s 1 month or 5 months.
On a visit visa the home office would have to be advised of the dates prior to this.
He should make these enquires beforehand submitting a visa. If he is coming for work purposes then the army should sponsor him for a tier 2 working visa but it seems it’s an assessment day so they are unlikely to do so.
I have advised as to what needs to be done he will have to ensure the time he saying he is travelling to U.K. should match the evidence. Take care
Yes that’s correct.
As previously advised the time period would be how long he has been authorised to come down for the army assessment
When you apply for visit visa you cannot do an extension he would need to reapply in home country for another One.
As per the rules this type of extension is for medical factors and academic studies.
If he has now been granted 3 months and the army assessment is for this period that is fine. Wording “I shall be attending the U.K. for an informal visit from ........ to ..........for my army assessment after this period I shall return back to Fiji”
Yes he can use both jobs at ties in Fiji
Yes they should add to job offer letter. The wording used from what I previously mentioned above he should use this as guidance and add he will be starting a new job ............ with on.