The UK Visitor visa categories are intended to serve a particular purpose, the idea is that an applicant enters the country with a specific objective, that is either to study short courses, for business visits , as a academician, for medical visits or just for tourism.
Sometimes applicants state that they would stay in country for a few weeks and on coming to UK realise that there is so much to do that they may stay back longer, whilst this is legal – if unexplained then it would cause suspicion with the Entry Clearance Officer for deciding fresh applications.
One of our clients a senior citizen, widower had a similar experience where her application was refused as the ECO was not sure what she did of her time in the UK. Consulting with our Solicitors, ensured that we were able to highlight the reasons to the ECO in the fresh application and demonstrate that our client had not violated any immigration rules. The client was thus granted a visa to visit the UK again.
So if you feel that you have been wrongly refused, speak to our Solicitors to get an assessment of the merits of your case. You can call us on +91 22 2850 9883 or +91 98191 27002 or email: email@example.com