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Does the mood of a consular make any difference in Visa Acceptance Rate?
Asked by: Hafeez
Posted on Thu, 12 Jun 2008 17:04:50 GMT
Can the mood of the consular be the factor of Visa Refusal and Acceptance? I heard that some consular in US Embassy have rejected lots of visa applications and asked unnecessary questions to applicant? Is this true?
Even though the embassy officials claim their working procedure and style do not change at any circumstances, in fact, they seem to have changed according to the survey done with interviewers or visa applicants. Consular when in happy mood have issued visa to applicants even though they found some defects on the documents and even they are not well confirmed about the students genuineness. The same consular when on bad mood (can be seen on his face), have asked unnecessary questions making the interview period so lengthy and rejected student who showed the genuine intentions and documents. Thatís why you must be confirmed that the mood of the consular matter on ones whole life and plays vital role in visa acceptance rate and refusal rate.
EduExpert answered 9 years and 3 months ago
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