Failure to demonstrate that you can pay your tuition and living expenses
Having sufficient funds available to pay for your tuition and living expenses is the most crucial factor in a visa officer’s decision when granting a UK student visa. The Home Office stipulates that you at least one (1) year of financing for your tuition and living expenses in your bank account. Most applicants that are denied a UK student visas don’t have the funds to cover their tuition and living expenses, which generally leads to their denial.
Before you decide to start your journey of studying in the UK, ensure that you know how much your tuition and living expenses will cost to have the funds available to pay for these expenses. A visa officer can immediately know without a doubt whether an applicant can pay for their tuition and living expenses based on the amount of money that is in their bank account or their sponsor bank account. Suppose you do not have enough money to cover your tuition and living expenses. In that case, the visa officer will deny you due to insufficient funds to maintain yourself or any family member that will accompany you to Canada.
Though you can work while studying in the UK, this should not be entirely relied upon to pay your tuition and living expenses, as you are only entitled to work 20 hours per week, and you might not get enough hours to work. The money that you earned while working in the UK can be used for basic necessities. This is why The Home Office is adamant that you should have enough money to cover your tuition and living expenses.
Failure to provide all the relevant supporting documents for the processing of your UK student visa.
The main reason for student visa denials is missing or incorrect documents. Many applicants have tried to complete their study permit application by themselves. As a result of this, they fail to submit some of the required documents, resulting in many student visa denials. The British High Commission does not tolerate simple mistakes. Once a form or a document is missing, they will not place your application on hold, nor will they send you an email for the missing copy. They will deny you immediately. So, if you did not submit your bank statement along with your application, you will be automatically denied. Ensure that you hire a professional immigration consultant if you do not fully understand the entire process and the necessary documents to be submitted.
Providing inaccurate information on your application form
Many applicants have tried to complete their UK student visa application independently while oftentimes making several grave mistakes while filling out the student visa application.
The UK Student Visa application form can be a complicated form to fill out. As a result of this, many applicants misinterpret some questions on the application form. The possibility of making mistakes while filling out the application form is very high and should be avoided under all circumstances.