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My mother-in-law had applied for a General Visitor visa application for 4 months that was refused on grounds of insufficient finances (I can send the letter if required). I think my mistake was that I had submitted both a) my payslips (I am employed fulltime at a reasonably good salary) and b) my bank statement which unfortunately shows less than required balances.
Would it suffice to reapply with just my payslips as financial proof instead of my bank statement?
Would the previous refusal have any influence on the new application?
And how much should I state on the application for the applicant under "How much money do you have for this trip"?
What kind of timeline are you expecting to find an expert? I can wait another day or so but not too much longer. So at the moment yes I would like to wait.
Btw, the site mentioned 6 experts online to answer when I submitted my question so maybe it wasn't entirely truthful?
Regarding 1, no its not that the bank statement does not confirm the amount I'm supposed to get paid, it does.It's just that the balances at the end of each month are low (since I transfer money elsewhere) and doesn't meet their required amount when shown as financial proof. So in this case, would it suffice to show as proof, only my payslips and employment contract showing my salary?
Okay regarding 2 and 3.