When is a visa denied?

Application according to IFG / UIG / VIG Dear << Salutation >> please send me the following:

I had already invited my daughter, who lives in the Philippines, to visit us several times. Her visa is always refused, always on the grounds that it is not certain that she would return. The last time she applied for a visa, she had submitted pay slips, bank statements, country titles and more, as well as proving that she really is our daughter. She was denied her visa again, this time on the grounds that no declaration of commitment had been submitted, although she had much more than enough equity capital and therefore did not need the VE at all. Furthermore, it was assumed that she would not return. And of course the title of the land and the purchase contract for the land were not enough either, now the clerk wanted to have a "Declaration of real property", although this is nowhere mentioned or requested. It is always shot in such a way that something is missing and thus prevents our daughter from visiting her mother! Another applicant without a job, without land, without own capital, however, received a 3-month visa from another clerk at the embassy. How is that going, if you please? How can you forbid a daughter to visit her mother? What is the legal basis for this?

This is an application for access to official information according to Section 1 of the Act regulating access to federal information (IFG) and Section 3 of the Environmental Information Act (UIG), insofar as environmental information within the meaning of Section 2 (3) UIG is concerned, as well as Section 1 of the Act for the Improvement of Health-Related Consumer Information (VIG), as far as information within the meaning of Section 1 Paragraph 1 VIG is concerned. If, in your opinion, access to information is subject to a fee, I would like to ask you to inform me in advance and to break down the expected costs in detail. In my opinion, it is a simple matter of information. According to § 10 IFG or the other regulations, fees do not apply. According to BVerwG 7 C 6.15, expenses may not be charged. I refer to § 7 Abs. 5 IFG / § 3 Abs. 3 Satz 2 Nr. 1 UIG / § 4 Abs. 2 VIG and ask you to give me the requested information as soon as possible, at the latest after one month. If this deadline cannot be met, you must inform me of this within the deadline. I ask for an answer by e-mail in accordance with Section 1, Paragraph 2 of the IFG. I expressly object to my data being passed on to third parties. I would like to ask you for a confirmation of receipt and thank you for your effort! With best regards Günter Krämer <>

[… Show complete request text] With best regards, Günter Krämer