Kaiser52
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I am preparing for my tier 4 student route visa. Since my course start date is on November, the university informed that I can start the program remotely from my current residence without a visa at hand. But naturally it would require me to leave my current job. While I don't mind doing that, I am wondering, what are the chances of visa refusal if someone has the right CAS, scholarships and no criminal or visa rejection record?

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I am preparing for my tier 4 student route visa. Since my course start date is on November, the university informed that I can start the program remotely from my current residence without a visa at hand. But naturally it would require me to leave my current job. While I don't mind doing that, I am wondering, what are the chances of visa refusal if someone has the right CAS, scholarships and no criminal or visa rejection record?

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As long as you provide all the documents they request and have everything put together when you go to apply for the visa, you will not be refused your visa. I know it's a stressful process, but it'll be fine! Even though I forgot one document at home when I was doing my application, they let me wait for my mother to bring it to me. I assume the strictness is dependent on the people working at the counselar / visa centre you're applying at but regardless if you have everything they will have no reason to reject you.
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As long as you provide all the documents they request and have everything put together when you go to apply for the visa, you will not be refused your visa. I know it's a stressful process, but it'll be fine! Even though I forgot one document at home when I was doing my application, they let me wait for my mother to bring it to me. I assume the strictness is dependent on the people working at the counselar / visa centre you're thaapplying at but regardless if you have everything they will have no reason to reject you.
Thank you a lot for the nice explanation.
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