Someone I know told me she received a visitor visa at the UK border, but only after a very nasty questioning that left her in emotional shock. It was not her first visit to the UK and she genuinely come for visit only, but at first the border agent did not seem convinced, and was, in fact, very contemptuous. At the end however, she did eventually get a visitor visa, but in addition of the usual stamp, the border agent wrote a hand-written annotation "PNK" with some numbers. Could anyone let me know what this annotation means? In the future, that person was planning to apply for a spouse visa after returning to her home country. Do you think that the nasty questioning could lead her being refused a future spouse visa? The border seem to have made copies of her documents and perhaps they "filed" her.
PS: to put things in context, the visit was completely unplanned and unintended, and had to happen because of the Home Office name mistake I mentioned in another post.