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What should I say if I am asked whether anybody from my family is staying in USA?
Asked by: anand1220
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Views: 1359
Posted on Sat, 20 Sep 2008 10:59:05 GMT
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When asked “does anybody from your family stay or study abroad”, what should I answer?

Most of the students who have any family member staying in United States get their visa rejected for ties reason. The consular will suspect you may stay in United States after your studies due to presence of your family member in USA. So I suggest you not to reveal information about your family member who is staying or studying in USA until it is important. If you plan to mention about them, make sure they are staying in USA legally either that be for working, studying, or any other reason.

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Govinda answered 9 years and 6 months ago
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