I got UK visa refusal, what should I do now?
Asked by Chirag about 1 year ago
There are a few things you can do if you get a UK visa refusal. One way is to raise a hand and look for further investigation. Though in most cases this does not prove fruitful. The best way and what I recommend is to work on your profile. Do not take it the wrong way, I am not saying you have less on your profile. I only mean that you may not have the right things.
For instance, even if you have years of work experience, it would not be good for a computer science program. Instead, it is to be used for an MBA. Similarly, your English language proficiency (IELTS/TOEFL), your reasons for going to the UK, communication skills are the major factors here. The number of tight documents or proper reasons won’t be effective for a UK visa. Especially when it comes to abroad study.
I suggest attempting IELTS/TOEFL one more time and scoring big. If your communication skills are not that good, do something about it. Get on online assistance or a short course if possible.
Now for the second way. If you feel your application was not properly processed or you were not managed well you can always raise a hand. You have a right of administrative review that you can exercise. You have a full right to appeal that can make the concerned party review the complete process.
That’s about it. I know it can be frustrating to see a visa refusal. But all you can do is make ends better. Connect with me if you want personalized guidance.
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