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What strong ties bind me to my country?
Asked by: faraz
Answers: 1
Views: 1265
Posted on Tue, 8 Jul 2008 11:42:27 GMT
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I am applying for US student visa so please advice me. If I show property from my father & brothers and say to the consular that property of my father & brothers are here. All my relatives are settled here in Pakistan. After getting education from US, my degree will have more value in Pakistan than in US because there are many guys who hold US degrees in USA but in Pakistan there are very few. Once I have US degree, I'll have better job opportunities in Pakistan. So will these reasons be appropriate answers to bind me with my country or will I need to add something more?
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The property that proves your ties with your nation is the property that either belongs to you directly or indirectly. The property of your father and brother can be used to show your financial ties with nation. Since, your father and brother are part of your family; that property belongs to you too. With addition to this, you can also show some evidences about jobs that will be waiting you or anything that will make you return back home after studies. Rest of your reasons for ties is good. However you better use some documents to prove all your ideas because it is not sure that you’ll get any opportunity to say all your ideas to the consular during an interview since there is a chance you won’t be asked any of the questions related to this issue but still can be rejected for a visa for ties reason.

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