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Can I tell that I have relatives and friends in USA while visa interview?
Asked by: ishika
Answers: 1
Views: 1859
Posted on Sun, 21 Sep 2008 14:54:40 GMT
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I have been rejected three years ago when I applied for visitor visa with sponsorship from my parents. I am now applying for F1 visa. If I am asked whether I have any relative there in USA, what should be my answer? Will it be ok if I tell them that I have relatives? I am very confused, please guide me.

Well, itís ok to tell them that your relatives or friends are living in USA. But you must confirm that your relatives or friends are living with the perfect legal status as well as they are doing well in USA. If they are not in such condition, it will be better not to tell about your relatives or friends in USA.

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