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Actually I dont have much time as most of the time I was doing my placement (full time) and study for the registration exam. Could I use this reason to go back?Casa wrote:A slim to zero chance of being granted a visitor visa so soon after the expiry of your Tier 5 visa. The ECO is likely to consider you had plenty of time to do everything you wanted to do, while in the UK under Tier 5.
Get real - would we (taxpayers) pay do you mean. (Where do you think 'immigration' gets their money from).akio wrote:Hi guys! I am wondering if I could go back to UK after 1 month of my previous tier 5 expire. My tier 5 was expired on 14th August. I am planning to go back on 12th September. I really want to go back to England to travel with my friends, relatives, moving my clothes back to Hong Kong, close my bank account. I only brought a return ticket from England to Hong Kong, which means I have not brought a ticket back to Hong Kong. This is because I am not sure when I will back to Hong Kong. I am a registered health professional in Uk and have enough money for a year in UK. My friends are willing to host me. I also have a good character letter from my previous employer.
Do you guys think that I will be reject to go back?
Anything I could do to increase the chance to enter?
If unluckily I was rejected, will the immigration pay for the ticket to go back?
Even less chance. A girlfriend in the UK will flag up as a high risk overstay!akio wrote:If I said want to see my gf before I go back to work, will it sound better?
No， mine is placement for one yearFrontier Mole wrote:Bit confused, a one year T5. I thought you were on a T5 YMS which would have been for two years.
What kind of work placement were you on?
frontier Mole would assume OP on Tier 5 GAE.Frontier Mole wrote:Even more confused Tier 5 for a placement? What type of placement?
Im in a similar position. My Tier 2 visa was refused and I want to apply for a visitor visa but worried about refusal. Could you please clarify what reason you gave to come back for a visit?akio wrote:Hi guys. Just want to let you know that I have come back to UK for a month a week. Basically you need to satisfy the immigration officer that you are not going to overstay.
Here is my brief visa history: 4 years student visa+ 1 year Tier 5 for placement.
I came back last week since my Tier 5 expires on 14th August, which means less than 1 month time outside UK.
I have prepared some documents: UK bank statement, return tickets, good personality letter, registration exam in Dec in my country. But only return ticket was shown that day.
The officer didn’t ask me many questions, basically you need to ans they why you come back, whats your plan. If you can ans these questions confidently, you will be fine (Maybe the officer just too nice to me, doesnt want me to fly back right away )
And just to remind you guys, normally visitor visa could only be applied if you have stay outside UK for 6 months. I get this ans in the counter.