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How to overcome TIES reason for visa denial?
Asked by: Hafeez
Answers: 1
Views: 1198
Posted on Sat, 5 Jul 2008 20:41:42 GMT
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I don't want to get rejected for a visa with TIES reason so can anyone suggest me best way to get prevented from being rejected for a visa with a "ties" reason? Thanks in advance but answers to this question.
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Many students are rejected for a visa with “ties” reason. This is because students become unable to convince immigration officers that they’ll return back home after studying in foreign country. Mostly students who apply for US, British, Canadian, and Australian visa are found to get rejected with this reason.

To prevent yourself from being rejected with TIES reason, you must present strong evidence to prove you’ll return back after completing your studies abroad. The immigration officers suspect you’ll reside in country you’re studying permanently. To clarify their suspect, you must submit some documents which show you have some reasons to return back. It may be proof of your owned property or your family members living here. You may also show you are culturally bonded to your nation or you can also show some documents which proves there is some job waiting for you in your own country. Any how you have to convince the consular you have love for your nation and will not be ready to leave it at any cost. Even during a visa interview, you must be very careful and answer questions indicating you’ll return back and contribute your knowledge to your nation in future.

If you follow the steps explained in paragraph above, I’m sure you’ll not be rejected with TIES reason for a student visa.

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