Those who apply for a US visa usually have reasons and many desires to visit the North American country, maybe visit a family member, get to know some of their big cities or places of attraction and even if it is not what someone with a tourist visa is expected to do some They go with the idea of â€‹â€‹working a couple of months and return to their country with some extra money that would not hurt at all.
That is why it is a very big disappointment for any applicant to know that their visa application has not been approved.
and many questions arise that we will try to answer in this video based on information taken from the official site of the national visa center and from the experiences of many people I have assisted in the visa application, let's begin.
1. For what reasons can a visa application be denied?
There are two main reasons why a visa application can be denied, the most common is that the applicant did not prove to have sufficient ties to tie him to his country and ensure that he did not stay to live illegally in the U.S. They will surely want to know about the economic, labor or social ties of the applicant.
Another reason why an application can be rejected, even if the applicant proves to have strong ties in their country and is eligible to obtain a visa, is usually to submit an incomplete application or with errors a common error is when filling out the form ds-160 the appropriate visa category that is B1-B2 is not chosen, or do not present at the time of the interview necessary documents such as a valid passport.
2. Can I get my money back if my visa is not approved?
Every applicant must pay the consular fee for the visa application that in the case of a B1-B2 tourism and business visa that is the most common currently is $ 160.00 which are non-refundable once the payment is made, in other words, If you are denied a visa, you lose money.
3. If they deny me the visa. can i reapply
If your visa is denied, the consular officer who interviews you will give you written information explaining the reason why your visa was not approved, if the decision is based on sections 221 (g), or 214 ( b) of the immigration law of the United States, which are the two most common reasons I spoke to you at the beginning, you may be eligible to reapply for a visa, but in cases where you consider the applicant to be a threat to National security due to having many serious criminal records in your country of origin is ineligible to obtain a visa, there are also cases in which the applicant has lived illegally in the United States and generally it must be approximately 10 years since I return from the United States to your country to be eligible for a visa, in this case the person can fill out an application and go to the interview but will be automatically denied.
4. How long should I wait after my visa is denied to reapply.
If your application was not approved you can re-fill your application at any time, if the visa was denied due to an error in the process it does not matter if you request it again immediately but a visa was denied under section 214 (b) of the application. Immigration law for not demonstrating that you have enough ties in your country to guarantee your return as your employment and economic situation do not make the mistake of applying again without at least one year having passed since your visa was denied, and in these cases will ask you to show that your economic and employment situation has really changed compared to the last request, if you go and your situation remains the same, the safest thing is that your request will again be denied.
5. Is it the fault of who filled my application?
Many people hire someone to fill out their ds-160 form, people who fill out visa applications many times in order to attract customers assure them that if they fill out their application their visa will be approved, something that every applicant should know is that the decision to approve or deny the visa does not depend on whether the person who fills it, nobody has special connections with embassies or can have any influence on whether the visa is denied or approved so do not be fooled by this type of People, during the time that I have filled out visa applications, one of the first things I say to applicants is that if the visa is denied it is that although you can be sure that you will fill out the forms correctly, I cannot guarantee if your Visa will be approved or not, that does not depend on who completes the application, of course if you do not fill it out there if it would be the fault of the person who completes the applications. reasons why you could be denied the American visa, advice for the American visa interview at the United States embassy.