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Visa to France refused twice for an Indian

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« on: September 14, 2017, 07:19:03 pm »

Hello,
I am hoping someone can help me with my "situation" - I am a French national with an Indian boyfriend whose visa application has been refused twice.
Apparently the reasons for his travels were not sufficient the first time round.
Second application - reason for travel insufficient and reason to believe he would leave France not either - although we did state we are a couple, and i submitted an attestation d'accueil, and bank details as well as pay slips and employer name etc. We had return flight tickets, invitation letters from family members, all the possible info we thought would make our case strong.
Apparently we are both of marriageable age, have too much money, and we have reason to believe our application was too good  Wink
He is unemployed in India but has strong ties there - family, property, court cases running, studies etc.
We have been wondering whether to appeal this decision - he believes the appeal can take a very long time, and whilst waiting for a decision to come through, he cannot apply anywhere else or travel.
Is marriage the only appeal we have?  Smiley
Does anyone have ideas?
Thank you
Christa
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« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2017, 11:18:28 am »

Reading the details of your case, you can try appealing the decision, that is what the appeal process is intended for; however, you need to submit some new, additional arguments with the appeal that will convince the appeal body to over turn the embassy decision. All those facts - that you are of marriage age, you boyfriend is unebployed, you two are friends, etc., trully give the embassy reason to believe he would not return from France back to his country. The situatin in Europe is currently very unfavorable, as there is a large wave of refugees trying to get to Europe from the middle-east and south. Considering the fact that his visa application has been rejected twice already, I would see a marriage as the best option.

What court cases does he have running? Wouldn't that be more of a reason to emmigrate than a "strong tie"? (at least from the embassy's decision making process perspective)
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