Schengen Visa Refusal In Ghana
We provide several services for applications to the Schengen member states.
A refusal of a Schengen visa simply means that the consulate determined that you failed to meet the relevant immigration rule(s) at the time of your application. There are several reasons why your Schengen visa may be refused.
For example, your Schengen visa will be refused if you present a false, counterfeit or forged travel document, or if you fail to justify the purpose and condition of your stay.
Your visa will also be refused if you fail to show an intention to leave the territory of the Member States before the expiry of your visa. If your visa is refused, you may appeal the decision against the Member State that refused your visa.
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We can help you assess your options following a refusal. Generally, your options will include making an application for a review of the decision if the applicable national law allows it. Other options include making a reapplication for a visa or an appeal.
For this service, we will carry out some preliminary work to ascertain the underlying basis upon which the refusal was based. We will examine the provision(s) of law supporting the refusal together with any other information or document you submitted in support of your application. We will then provide you with an opinion on whether or not you have sufficient basis in law to file the appeal.