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USA F1 Visa Denials and Rejections Types | Reasons behind them | MS in USA



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in this video we're gonna talk about

different types of visa denials and

reasons and what does that mean and how

can you try to avoid it let's talk a

little bit about how in next video but

I'll try to explain you that before that

I want to tell you that the reason I'm

wearing sunglasses is not because I'm

trying to copy Casey Neistat

I would love to copy him I'm not at

least in this one because I have a thigh

high and it's a I don't want you to

focus on my eye I want you to focus on

the content so that's why I'm wearing

sunglasses okay so these are denials

also before I talk about that I want to

quickly show you my Instagram if you

follow me on Instagram

you probably either said that do visa

versus packing tips so I applied you

know I thought how do we the interview

this week and then next week I'll do

packing tips that way a lot of people

said that they also want to see that

both so other both okay so now let's

talk about visa interviews and this one

is dedicated for different types of

denials what are the reasons you can get

in as and they will never tell you that

they will give you a form it says a

section and that section has a number

and each number significance signifies

something each number tells you a reason

and when you find that there's a link in

the video description

go and read this after this video I am

going to cover four and four to five

which are most common in which you might

receive or in which you might have

received and many more so you should go

and definitely check it out after the

video please do this leisure it's my

humble request to go and read that it's

on travel.state.gov ernment which is by

US counsel at visa website so make sure

you read that

and I'm gonna talk about denials in this

one and then I'm gonna talk about more

of visa interview preparations and tips

and common questions and answer in the

next one so let's talk about denials

that was like five I'm gonna try to read

when I'm talking so that I don't forget

there's like specific numbers I don't

want to miss out on that one

the most common denial is going to be to

one for B section to one for P what does

that mean when it so basically you went

for an interview and at the end of the

interview people say something and they

will say that so sorry cannot prove your

visa at this point of time and then they

will give you a form with your passport

back that form basically just says

section 2 1 4 B what does that mean

basically to what for me there is a law

or a section path loss and slash section

it means that every visa officer has to

assume that any candidate who's coming

for the US visa interview that candidate

is potentially an immigrant to u.s.

country to US citizenship so your job as

an candidate when you go for visa

interview your job is to convince visa

officer that hey I'm not going to be a

citizen or I'm not going to be a

potential immigrant I'm just going to

get my education I'm just going to get

my studies done so that's when they feel

that no your answers would not write

your application or something was

missing and they thought that no I think

you will still be in potential than the

current I'm gonna give you two one for B

so basically that's what it means and

we'll talk in the end of the video what

you should say what you should do to

avoid getting that kind of rejection

I'll try my best but it's a disclaimer a

big disclaimer I'm not an immigration

lawyer I am NOT consulting your case

do your research or

consult a mediation lawyer if you really

want legal advice

okay second most common rejection /

holding it's not a rejection when they

give you section 221 G at the end of

interview 221 G basically means that

you're lacking some information you

missed out some information in your

application or you missed out some

information in your document when they

asked you give me financial documents

and you did have some give me both of

the birth certificate gives me your

transcript whatever they ask you

something and you didn't have that and

that's when they give you 221 G it's not

a rejection it's basically keeping you

that form saying that US consulate will

contact you at certain point of time and

tell you how to provide that information

to consulate and they will reconsider

your case and approve or deny you based

on that information you provide them

make sure that you check my first video

on f1 visa I have made a checklist

document the checklist video a link also

in this description so that you have all

the documents and you never fall into

this category so those are the two most

common but I think the third one is a

little bit I've heard people getting

this I hope you don't follow to this but

I've also heard people getting this

types of rejection when they get to one

to a four now this section basically

says that you are going to be public

chart of United States if you read the

website that's what it says I looked up

and what it means is that you are not

financially capable and when you go to

United States you are going to become

you go are going to rely on United

States government to give you money so

your public charge that's its kind of

sounds a little scary but that's what it

means that when you went for an

interview and they asked if conventional

questions or question based on your

finances and you were not able to answer

then so that's basically what they said

that I don't think you're going to be

able to fuse the

financial requirements in United States

and think you will rely on government to

give you money certain no you cannot

untreated entry the country entering the

country you cannot enter the country

that's what I meant

so so so yeah that's the term most

common so now the other two one I am

going to talk about it I've not I've got

only one person tell me that they fall

onto this category and they got that

rejection that's why I looked it up and

I thought I'll put it in this list but

majority of people get rejected on the

first three sections which I said this

to are very there and I hope you never

fall onto this category the first one is

2 1 to a 9 B I see there are so many

sections so make sure you go and read

all the sections this one is

specifically says that you were given

United States visa you enter United

States can be any visa can be have one H

1 P 2 visa whatever visa you entered as

in that visa was expired but you did not

come back to your country and you now

you're trying to enter the country

through different visas so this is

basically what they're saying is that

you illegally stayed longer than the

visa which was given to you I don't

think you will ever fall into this

category if you are going for the first

time but if you're going for the second

time and you happen to do this then

that's basically what it is that's

waiting you what it means this last one

is to 1/2 a 6 C I now this one you will

also I hope you never fall onto this one

it's more of fraud and lies to your

application basically if you filled out

your application and you said something

illegal you said something you try to

represent your information in a way

which is not correct you are missing for

me you're trying to trick the government

or consulate visa officer and

they somehow found you now let me tell

you they are very smart and they have a

lot of information about you so if they

somehow found out they somehow find out

that information about you that you were

trying to line during the interview or

in your application then they give you

this and eject you and can permanently

tell you that you cannot apply for

United States visa at all so my humble

request for this type of category is at

least don't lie be honest in your

application be honest in your answers

there's nothing to lie you're just going

for education so I don't know why you

would like so I I really hope that you

don't fall under this category so those

are the most common categories which is

why they deny the visa or they give

rejection on f-1 student visa now there

are many others go and check the list I

put it in the description make sure you

read them so that you at least it's

there in the back of your head and you

are preparing for it now let's talk

about you know the fourth section which

is 2 1 4 P when they see the potential

and migrant majority of people get

rejected it's mainly for your interview

like you know what you answer how do you

answer have you reacted I'm not saying

that I know this information but I read

this online that visa officers are

highly trained in psychology which means

they know how you behave you know I mean

they read your behaviors they know from

your answers if you're lying or not

you're nervous not so there's a lot of

psychology and behavior reading when you

say things right what I'm trying to say

is that just be honest

practice your answer a lot like a lot I

mean a lot now I get questions like I

changed my major from electronics to

computer science so if these officers

ask me why did I do that what should I

say I mean I really don't know I I mean

I don't know the reason why you changed

it so I can tell you that answer I want

you to frame a story there must be some

reason something happened you were

studying and you you didn't like

electrical at all you got job into IT

sector and fell in love with it you

start it you want career advancement and

whatever that reason is you have to come

up with that answer and whatever why did

you choose to move and that's what you

need to say in a better way so come up

with that from family the answer and

then maybe I'll help you to reword it

but the main biggest thing is practicing

that answer you can't go practice like

famed answer and then you know really

can't go and say it for the first time

you need to practice the answer second

question which I get most like most

asked question is why this university

here I gotta admit in this university

and I'm applying for visa

can you tell me why I picked this

university I mean I don't know why you

picked this university in the first

place you did your research you chose

that college to apply you must have seen

something in that college whatever that

call that reason is come up with that

story why did you decide to go to this

class work professor campus life

whatever that reason is you have to come

up with a story you frame the answer

practice concept that's basically how it

how it goes I don't more I will talk

more about preparation in detail in this

Saturday's video for now this is what

you need to do go to the different types

of visa denials

start preparing for most common question

answer your stories and answers and then

you know talk about most common

interview questions and answers how I

would answer and how you should answer

and how to practice em etcetera and also

check my F and document visa and start

preparing for that until our next one

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