I am asking this question on behalf of my common law
I am asking this question on behalf of my common law partner.he has an eighteen year old daughter who currently moved to the United states for college in Colorado.she is a US Citizen, she has been living with him since age 9 when her mother died.My partner has been refused visa twice cos he was deem ineligible .he wants to be able to come in visit his daughter and go back to his home countrywhat can we do to lift this ban?
I am an 50 year old employed australian nurse. I would ove to go to the US course
Hi I am an 50 year old employed australian nurse. I would ove to go to the US for a course and meditation retreat.I overstayed a US visa 30 years ago. possibly 6 months, i got pregnent in that time. I returned to Australia to buirth my child, ..I was denied entry when i applied to go back.I cannot apply online as ive previously been denied entry.Is there another way to apply or does overstaying and or denial of a visa automatically stop me from ever going to the US
In February 2015 I submitted two F1 visa applications in order to study English in US for
In February 2015 I submitted two F1 visa applications in order to study English in US for six months. Both applications were denied for lack of strong ties with my origin country. In May 2015 I got married in Italy with a legal permanent resident. My husband submitted the green card petition in my favor, approved in August by the USCIS. My priority date is 10 June 2015 and I have to wait several months before my green card interview. Since I don't live in US, I'm going through a "foreign consular process" and my Green card interview will be held in Italy. After my visa denials, I'm not eligible to travel with esta. For this reason, last week I applied for a B2 visa in order to travel to the Us and to meet my husband. Unfortunately, my visa was denied. The reason was that "I had lied during my previous inteviews without saying that I had a fiancè in the US"
I am on H1B visa and I am working with company but my
Hi, I am on H1B visa and I am working with company B but my current visa is valid up to Sep 2016 with company A(older employer). My new petition with company B was approved from sep 2015 to sep 2018. I have a few questions regarding visa stamping and travel:1. If I travel to india in april 2016 then can I apply for visa restamping based on new petition dates even if my old H1B visa is still valid until sep 2016? Will the consulate deny the visa because I am applying even 6 months before the expiry?2. In case my new visa gets denied, will my old valid visa also be cancelled or can I still travel back with that?3. If I don't apply for re-stamping and travel in april 2016, can I travel back on old unexpired visa and new petition?Any help on these will be deeply appreciated.
Eli, Thank you my question about my fiancé and the visa
Eli,Thank you for answering my question about my fiancé and the visa denial. You probably don't recall but this was a few months back. We did what you suggested and contacted the Embassy via email. Surprisingly they responded back that we would need to take another drug test after August, but there was no indication in the letter that an entire new application would have to be filled out. With that being said... I'm still skeptical that nothing else has to be done. Unfortunately the letter is in Spanish and I'm not sure if you can translate or read it.
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I am the holder US tourist visa. My visa was approved and
I am the holder US tourist visa. My visa was approved and issued in December 2015 for 10 years. Today I went to apply for a tourist visa for my 15 year old daughter. She had previously had an issue where her visa was denied 5 years ago due to the fact that many years ago she went to the US with her grandmother and went to a public school kindergarten for 3 months. When renewing her visa 6 years ago the embassy found out about her studying and denied her visa. Today we went again after 6 years and she was denied her visa again.My question is the following. Can or will her visa denial affect my current tourist visa? Will my visa be cancelled because of this? The embassy looked at my passport today and gave it back to me , they didnt mention anything about my visa.
My husband's card application to the U.S. has been denied
Hello, my husband's green card application to the U.S. has been denied due to some criminal charges he had as a youth. (That is going back 34 years.) He was approved for a green card previously in 2000 and the two of us (I'm his American wife) lived in the U.S. for 11 years before deciding to move back to the U.K. How could he be turned down now for a Green Card when he lived in the U.S. for 11 years with no incidents on his record in either country (since he was 23 years old). Thank you for your assistance. Sandy Maberly