Your post is confusing/difficult to read. The only information necessary is your departure points to Cuba.
The Cuban Tourist Card/Visa is available for purchase in Grand Cayman before your flight to Cuba.
"... I think you automatically assume people are ALL groomed to prey on people for Visa's on this site; which makes your "helpfulness" skewed and un-helpful..."
That's a rude, gross exaggeration. You were disjointed and imprecise in your original c…
"... the UK visa application form does ask if you have ever been refused a visa for another country..."
I did not know that, @Alethia. Thanks for the correction. Computers everywhere talk to each other these days...
I'm guessing that having your application submitted at the very busiest time of the year is slowing down the process considerably.
Submitting an application on December 7th for a trip on the 23rd is barely enough notice even at the best of times.
"... showing property, money and social state , flight back is it enough?..."
@rodniarg90, so long as the paperwork and documentation are directly supporting your case there's never too much. For example, do you have receipts from your Travel show…
Ditto Alethia. Your UK Passport could actually be expired and after they confirmed that your citizenship hasn't been renounced/revoked they'd still allow you as a British citizen to enter the UK.
You'll enter with zero issues and your Travel Agent …
"... If I were a scammer I definitely wouldn't be considering med visa..."
@xtinesam, nice attempt at back-pedalling.
The subject line of your post says: Requirements for asylum protection in Australia.
That's a scam. Period.
"... @CheersTerry i think your judgement is harsh. what makes you think I'm a scammer?..."
I think you're a scammer because you're comfortable with being a liar.
You're investigating ways to stay in a foreign country under false pretences.
"... I would be very concerned as to why your husband wants this child to have an Algerian passport when he is married to a British woman and I assume you live together in the UK..."
I'd be curious to know his explanation too.
Sorry Nayandeep, but I am NOT the person to guide you. I'm just a normal traveller with a little more experience with Immigration/Visas than most people. I am no expert.
Regarding the society that you belong to... take a moment and put yourself in …
Showing that you paid for a hotel is one tiny piece of evidence that you've spent money to be there on holiday.
Staying with family might insinuate yet another reason for you to stay and not go home.
Who knows. I'm just guessing.
xtinesam, you're the exact reason why another Nigerian (@readytosoar, who unlike you is an honest person) just posted on this forum about the difficulty of receiving a Schengen Visa.
You're perpetuating the reputation of Nigerians as dishonest scam…
"... Sponsorship and a invitation letter with grantee that I will return back to my home country..."
No one can guarantee that you'll return to India. How in the world could they do that? No one will hold a gun to your head to be sure you board th…
"... Seems like Schengen officers they don't wanna trust ppl they trust only U.S returned ppl to make their work easier..."
Not true at all. A Schengen Visa is a very complicated, very coveted document. The Schengen officials have a very difficult …
Sorry, I am no expert. I was simply pointing out the obvious. In my opinion your application was not a borderline case, it appears the Schengen official didn't believe anything that you submitted.
@Alethia is the resident expert here. Perhaps she c…
Your rejection letter demonstrates that you failed on all accounts in your application.
The Schengen Visa official didn't believe your documentation was honest or reliable, they didn't believe you proved that you would leave and return home, and th…
"... the information submitted for the justification and conditions of intended stay was not reliable..."
That's not confusing at all. The Schengen official didn't believe your paperwork. It's that simple. To explain further...