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Is it mandatory to show family ties while applying for a visa?
Asked by: ANGELDOLL
Posted on Tue, 24 Jun 2008 16:23:52 GMT
Is it mandatory to show family ties to your native country even if you can't? Isn't there any alternative? Sometimes, showing family ties isn't possible due to absence of family members in native country. What should I do?
To obtain a visa, you must be able to show ties with your nation. “Ties” guarantees your return after studies. The ties with family could have been a best guarantee of your return. However, it doesn’t mean you cannot show other forms of ties.
Even though you cannot show Family ties, you can show financial ties with your nation. The financial ties can be your business, jobs that will be waiting you, properties that belong to you, and things you want to do after your return. These financial ties also can help you obtain a visa.
Kumar answered 9 years and 8 months ago
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