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Should I say I have my mausi in USA who had sponsored me 3 years back?
Asked by: ishika
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Views: 942
Posted on Tue, 23 Sep 2008 02:15:34 GMT
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3 years back my mausi was sponsoring me and she is staying in US but I was rejected at that time. I had applied for a visitor visa. Now Iíve applying for F1 visa. So, should I tell them I have my mausi there? Or, should I say I have family friends? Would it be fair enough?

Hello Ishika, you were sponsored by your Mausi 3 years back, but is she sponsoring you now? If no, it is better not to mention about her while applying for a visa now. The presence of relatives in USA will result in visa rejection for ties reason. The consular will suspect you may stay in USA after your studies so youíll not be granted a visa.

For some reason if you need to mention about her, you first confirm that she is staying in USA legally and is now in proper condition. Sometimes, the illegal stay of relatives in USA and their worst condition there may also result in your visa rejection.

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Govinda answered 9 years and 6 months ago
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