I will soon be applying for my Tier 4 and have hired the services of this "UK visa advisor" in my country in order to get things done correctly and efficently.
Thing is, I have a boyfriend in the UK and will be living with him throughout this 1 year and me and my advisor think differently on whether I should be up-front about it or not.
The advisor responsible for my case said we should not mention my boyfriend in the application. My idea was to have a letter from him stating I would stay with him during this one year, but she said I should not mention him.
My question is: could this omission be considered deception? Deception, as I am aware, would REALLY lead me to be refused and even a 10 year ban. I am sure she has more experience on the subject than I have, but I can't shake the feeling this would get me in trouble.
Another thing that worried me is the part in which I list the times I have been to the UK. I have gone to the country to visit my boyfriend three times, and have always been honest about it with immigration officers. In this part, I'm sure I'd get in trouble if I stated I went there for tourism, as that would be a lie in many ways.
I will be going to meet her on Wednesday, and I need some help on figuring out whether I should just go with her advice or stand my ground on this.