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What is the reason for my USA student visa rejection?
Asked by: faraz
Posted on Fri, 21 Nov 2008 09:03:10 GMT
2 months back, I got refused for a US student visa. The visa consular asked me how long you are working. I said two years. Then she asked me why you chose St. Cloud State University. I answered positively. Then she asked me how long did you study in last college. I said two years from 2002 to 2004. Then she said me you are not qualified for US student visa. So, let me know what is a specific reason for my visa rejection?
There may be several reasons for your visa rejection. With information you provided, I think you were rejected because the consular wasnít convinced you can complete a chosen program in United States. May be the consular thought you may work instead of studying in USA. As you had a gap of about two years, you donít seem to be serious about your studies. The consular must have also thought you just intend to enter USA with a purpose other than studying. You may also have been suspected about your intentions to return back after completion of your program in United States. These may be the reasons for your US student visa rejection.
pritam answered 8 years and 8 months ago
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