The visa application process includes an interview with a visa officer at the U.S. Consulate. Most frequent reasons for visa denial are under the following sections:
Of the three reasons listed above, 214 (b) is the most often cited for visa denial. The visa officer will assume that it is your intent to immigrate to the U.S. It is your responsibility to convince him otherwise. Having family living permanently in the U.S. is often seen as a reason for you not to return home. Also, the documents you present should be, and look, authentic. Remember, you only have a couple of minutes to present your request. You should be organized in the presentation of your request and prepared to clearly express your desire to return home upon completion of your studies.
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