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Tue, 24 Nov 2015 06:51 EST
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Mon, 23 Nov 2015 15:52 EST
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Mon, 23 Nov 2015 04:25 EST
My brother.
Please it has been twò years now I have not heard from my brother working in the American embassy Abuja. He is Chamberlein. He should call me. 009393271180738. Tnx.
Wed, 11 Nov 2015 03:26 EST
how possible it is...?
Please I want to know if it is possible for an American universities to email American embassies. I have been denied twice now and plan on reapplying. So I really want to know if it is possible so that my school could email embassy to re-confirm my admission to them.
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Fri, 6 Nov 2015 00:34 EST
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Mr ifeanyi
Fri, 30 Oct 2015 02:18 EDT
Dear Sir/ma,
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Tue, 27 Oct 2015 12:45 EDT
Have been refused 5 multiply time I hope I can still be issued vvisa cos the consular don't even check all the documents I went with
Sun, 18 Oct 2015 15:29 EDT
Rebecca Achieng
Wed, 14 Oct 2015 10:58 EDT
apply for spornsership
applying for a diploma under information science in library
Chris Fred
Sat, 3 Oct 2015 23:28 EDT
Avoid American visa rejection
U.S., Visa refusal Explained!!!
There are many different types of
ineligibilities for the U.S visa under the
immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Below
are some of the most commonly seen
grounds of visa ineligibilities . There are
others as well which are not mentioned
If you are refused a visa at one consulate, do
not try your luck at another consulate. e.g., If
you are rejected in Lagos, do not go to
Abuja. All of your applications, your answers
etc. are computerized and maintained
centrally. Also, the same rules apply at all the
consulates. And all officers are trained the
same way with the same rules. Just because
you get another officer at reapplication does
not mean you will get a visa. He has access
to your old records and will think about the
same way and give the same consideration
as the previous officer. If course, “luck” may
play some role.
As per “The Homeland Security Act- 2002” It
is compulsory to computerize all the non-
immigrant visa applications. It is compulsory
to enter all the details of rejection reasons in
the applicants’ records. When the applicant
applies again in the future, the consulate
officer must review the prior notes for
rejection reasons. If the officer decides to
grant the visa this time, he/she needs to
justify the reasons for overruling the
previous decision and note the same in the
Some people mistakenly believe that if the
visa application is rejected once, they get
blacklisted and if they get rejected once,
they cannot reapply again. You can apply as
many times as you want. However, before
reapplying, analyze the reasons for rejection
and work on that. Some people mistakenly
believe that there is a monthly or daily quota
for visas and after that; they just reject
everyone no matter what. That is simply not
the case and there is no quota. Some people
also believe that some officers are there just
to reject visas. Others mistakenly believe that
the person before him messed up, was
rejected, and the officer is upset, and even
though his own application was correct in
all aspects, it was denied because of that
other person. These are just myths and you
shouldn’t believe all that.
The 214(b) Intending Immigrant Provision:
Non-immigrant visa applicants in almost all
categories must demonstrate to the
consular officer’s satisfaction that they have
strong ties to a permanent residence
outside of the U.S which would compel them
to leave the U.S. upon the completion of
their authorized stay. The Consular Officer
evaluates the applicant’s economic, social
and cultural ties to his/her residence in
order to determine whether it is more
probable that the applicant will return to
Nigeria within the period of authorized stay
in the U.S. or whether it is more likely that
the applicant will remain in the U.S. There is
no set “list” of documents an applicant
should bring; rather, an applicant who can
convincingly explain the reasons for travel,
present believable business or personal
documents to substantiate his/her ties to
Nigeria and who answers in an open
manner is more likely to be issued a visa
than someone who comes in with a huge
folder or irrelevant or clearly questionable
Consulate Officers also look at several factors
such as;
• Whether the applicant has a good stable
job or business in the home country with
good income and the nature of work.
• Whether there are other relatives in the
home country such as children,
grandchildren, and a spouse that they
would come back for.
• Whether the applicant has travelled to the
USA in the past and if yes, how long he/she
stayed. If the person extended the stay, they
must carry proof of the previous extension
approval (or rejection). The officer also looks
at how much time the applicant spent in the
USA previously, and if the person applies too
soon, the visa may be rejected. A person on
the visitor’s visa is going to the USA just for
tourism and can’t stay in the U.S most of the
• How often the applicant’s relatives in the
USA visit the family back in home country.
Denial under this section is not permanent.
If you think your circumstances have
changed significantly since the last
application or if you have new information
that was not presented to the consulate
officer the previous time, you may apply
again. And you can apply any time after 3
business days after the previous rejection.
You don’t have to wait for 6 months or
longer. But it is very unlikely that your
circumstances may change a lot in the next
3days or even 2/3weeks.
Many people think that their visa interview
was very short and the officer hardly looked
at the documents and the visa was rejected
which was very unfair. Well, consulate
officers handle thousands of applications
and they are very experienced. They can
quickly figure out what questions they want
to ask based on the overall application and
that includes several aspects of your case:
your situation in Nigeria, your stated intent
in visiting the U.S., your previous travel
history, your financial situation, and many
other factors. They will only ask what they
think is necessary to make the decision.
Most of the information they are looking for
is already in the application.
Not looked at the documents
Sometimes, even if you bring all the
documents that you can think of, the visa
can still be rejected. The Consulate Officer
looks at the overall situation and if that is
not adequate to overcome the presumption
of intending immigrant, the visa still may be
rejected. In order words, the problem is not
the documents but your overall situation (as
supported by those documents). Applying
for a non-immigrant visa is not a
documentary process. Consular officers
never rely solely upon them as they do not
establish an applicant’s intention.
Documents can only help, but that is not
everything. Depending upon specifics of
your case, the consular officer may or may
not have needed to examine your
documents closely to make a decision about
your eligibility for a visa. You should bring
the documents any way in case the consular
officer needs to refer to them. If the
consular officer made a decision in your
case without a detailed scrutiny of your
documents, it was because other
circumstances of your case were clear. If
your visa was refused, it is highly unlikely
that any document you could provide would
significantly alter the consular officer’s
decision about your case.

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