Providing all documents does not even guarantee to grant your visa. There are some migration laws through which consular take decision on our application. We never study about this law nor we need to understand it too deeply. Below are some internal or visible factors to consider before we present our visa application to attain a visa. 
Financial Records:-
You must show that you have sufficient means of funds to cover your trip. You need to calculate and show how much expense will be there for Air ticket, accommodation, food, local transport, sightseeing, entry fees, transfer, Insurance, shopping. Consular prefer that you must show your adequate CASH/ liquid balance in your bank account. Investments like FD, PPF, Policies, and shares, mutual funds cannot be used directly on tour. So they act like as holding investments, not liquid cash. Bank balance should be maintained regularly. If you have deposited certain higher amount in the bank then you should give a declaration of that source of the transaction too. You should consider the expenses of your dependent traveller too.
Source of Income:-
Consulates always see how you are surviving in your home country. You must show your source of income according to your profession. The income source can be from your business, salary, interest on investments, rent, pension, consultancy fee, commission, family income etc. 
Invalid Letter of Reference:-
Family ties in home and destination country are the important factor to apply for a visa. If you are travelling for tourist or family visit purpose then you have to file your visa applications along with your family. Travelling with immediate relatives like parents, children, spouse, siblings impacts positively on visa decision. Also, some countries have denied a visa for a single traveller. Invitation from Immediate relatives in foreign countries is enormously effective than an invitation from friends.
Criminal Actions:-
We strongly recommended you that do not apply for a visa if you have a criminal record. Consulate can verify your criminal report if you are trying to hide such information while filling a visa application. There are specific questions in the visa form concerning your criminal record, deportation and visa refusal for which you should give valid answers. False information might lead to getting a ban on applying for a visa. You can submit your court hiring papers or no objection from the court regarding your criminal case.
False Or Lack Of Documents:- 
Using false documents is an absolute visa denial and other going with horrible results. If you don’t have documents as per consulate’s checklist then you would be required to give declaration for not having these documents. Consulate will take a decision after consideration of your declaration. This will not be applicable for mandatory documents. 
Travel History:-
A passport containing visa stamps and Immigration stamps make your travel history more powerful. Several countries offer you on arrival Visa or Visa free travel if you have USA, UK, Europe, Canada and Australia Visas. Some countries may ask to submit previous passports while applying for a visa. Consular always check your immigration history, deportation, refusal, entry clearance and overstays.
Documents in Regional Language:-
Most of the consulate cannot verify your documents which are in a regional language similar Hindi/Marathi/Kannada. You need to interpret these documents in English/Spanish/French as per consular requirement so that they can authenticate your documents.
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