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Avoid These Mistakes Which Result in Visa Denials

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We all make mistakes – but sometimes, they come at higher costs. Make sure to avoid these 10 mistakes, so you can further guarantee a visa approval!

1.      Using the Wrong Bank Account

To show proof of your financial capability, you should remember to use a bank account which has a balance equal to/more than the required minimum. This minimum is usually shown in the visa details.

2.      Poor Quality Document Uploads

If you upload documents that are blurred or not of good quality, officials will not be able to make out if they are originals. Make sure details like your passport details, stamps of companies and full names are clearly seen.

3.      Inconsistent Information

Questions that are stated in the application may be similar in nature, or require similar responses. If your answers contradict, or if you have stated something in your application but do not live up to it, your visa will be rejected.

4.      Vague Details

If you provide vague or incomplete details about your accommodation in the visa country/employment status/ reason for travel, your visa may be declined. Make sure to complete all questions properly and to the best of your knowledge.

5.      Proof of Criminal Records

Many developed countries require you to show a proof of criminal record. You might be thinking “Oh, but I’ve not committed any extreme crime!” – well, whether you were caught being subversive or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, your visa to these countries could be rejected.

6.      Interview Hiccups

Most countries that have interviews for their visas tend to rely heavily on the way you come across in these. This includes how you behave, what you say and how it corresponds to your documents. Try not to argue with the interviewer, lie or come in late to your appointment.

7.      Hiring a Non-Registered Agent

If you submit your documents through a non-registered agent, chances are that you might not get your visa. Make sure to do a thorough background check and then choose. We at Visa2Fly have helped many Indian citizens get their visas, and our testimonials prove that we do them well!

8.      Overstay on Your Previous Trip

Especially for a Dubai visa, overstaying on your previous trip could mean that your visa for the next one is rejected. Make sure you are aware of the time given on your visa, and stick to it to avoid hiccups in your application next time.

9.      Visa Application Without Entry

You may have had a previous visa to a country which you never used. This may be a reason for officials to reject your visa the next time you apply, as you did not fulfil your reason for travel.

10. Intention to Return Home

If you do not show adequate reason to return home after your travels, your visa may be rejected. This is because officials from that country want to make sure that you abide by the law and return, especially for tourist or business visas.

We’ve come to the end of our article. But this isn’t the end. In fact, it could be the beginning of your travel journey – to make it a successful one, choose Visa2Fly! We are a one-stop solution to all your visa, travel insurance and SIM card needs.

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