Refusals and AppealsUsually if you are refused a visa, you can reapply at any time.
Have you been refused an entry clearance Visa?
If you are refused an entry clearance visa for Australia, Canada, New Zealand or USA, you will be given a Notice of Refusal, also known as Refusal Letter. This document will list the reasons for the refusal in detail and will explain your right to appeal or re-apply.
There are many reasons why a visa application may be denied. In some instances, the application is denied because necessary information or supporting documents were not submitted by the applicant. In other instances, the application is denied for more serious reasons. An applicant’s current and/or past actions, such as drug or criminal activities, as examples, may make the applicant ineligible for a visa.
Usually if you are refused a visa, you can reapply at any time. It is highly advised to re-apply, only if your circumstances have significantly changed since your last refusal, and if you can address the reasons for your refusal.
We at Glocal Visas assist you with your refused visa application and provide you step-by-step guide, ensuring that you know what your obligations and options are.
If you are refused an entry clearance visa for UK, we assist you in Appeals (for Settlement cases) and Administrative Review (for Points Based System category), in order to avoid disappointment and wasted fees.0