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Can the mood of a consular be reason for visa denial?
Asked by: rk_502005
Posted on Thu, 24 Jul 2008 16:01:03 GMT
If someone applies for US visa for higher study, can a reason for visa denial be mood of an immigration officer even though all information are complete?
The consulate office claims - consularís mood will have no effect on visa application but there are some examples of visa denial just because of consularís bad mood. Even though the reason seems to be silly, it cannot be regretted. The visa officer has right to deny anybodyís visa application so he may deny your visa application too if he is not in good mood.
rajiv answered 8 years and 12 months ago
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