Yes, in part. Whiles travel history may count in assessing your intentions for a visa; it is only one of the many other factors the ECO may take into account. The ECO may take account of your travel history in addition to your personal circumstances. Again, not all travels count as travel history for the purposes of the Rules. A pattern of travel to countries including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Schengen countries or Switzerland may be evidence of genuine intention. However, a single travel to a specified country may generally not count as travel history much the same way as repeated travels to a non-specified country. A “pattern” denotes “order”, “systematic”, “sequence”, etc. To qualify as travel history, there must be a sequence to the travel.
by Acheampong & Associates | Nov 29, 2016