Top 5 reasons that determine approval or rejection of F1 or M1 US student visa

Why your F1 or M1 USA student visa may have rejection or acceptance- as featured on CNN.com

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US F1 visa rejection rate / US F1 visa rejection reasons

The US F1 student visa & M1 US student visa acceptance rate or rejection rate differ country by country. Some countries have high acceptance rate, while others have high rejection rate.  And I can tell you from experience that the most common reasons for F1 and M1 US student visa denials are:-

1. You do not have enough money to study in the U.S. Your bank statement of account has less money than the amount required to pay for your tuition in the first year.

2. You did not bring all required documents with you to the U.S. consulate or embassy for the interview.

3. You lied about something on your visa application or during the visa interview.

4. You failed a security background check (called "administrative Processing", though if this happens it doesn't mean that you've been denied visa. Rather, it means that you would have to wait for 1-2 months to get your visa approved or denied.

5. The visa officer suspected you of wanting to immigrate to the U.S. You must convince the visa officer that you plan to return home after graduation. Examples of proofs are:-

A.. Owning a house or business in your country

B. Having a guaranteed job when you return home

C. Having a wife, husband, children, or close family at home

D. You will inherit property, a business, or assets in your country

E. Have admission to a major that will allow you to get a job when you return home. For example, if you major in Aerospace Engineering, an aerospace industry must exist in your country so that you can find a job after you graduate.

Here's the help you need………..

No matter what the case, if you have proof of enough money to study in the USA, then your student visa acceptance or rejection depends largely on how you answer questions on your interview day. So, even if you get everything above right, but how you present that information to the visa officer can decide or mar your visa issuance. It's very important that every visa applicant know this, no matter the type of visa you're applying for.

I know a student who got his US student visa last year and he's already studying at the university of California in USA as I speak. I recommend him a source to learn the tips and tricks to answer the student visa interview questions and within two weeks he called me to say that he got his visa. I want to recommend the same source to you now because it works. It is an important ebook to help you pass your visa interview questions easily. 

The ebook was written by a former US consular officer who interviewed students for many years before retirement. You can agree with me that he knows better than anyone else about how students should answer interview questions to be able to get their visa. In his ebook, he listed more than 1000 questions he asked students from all the countries he worked as a consular officer. He also answered ALL the questions himself!!. Basically, he provided the actual questions he asked and also the actual answers given by students who successfully got their visas. You'll be asked same questions on the day of your visa interview, so you need to know what they're and what you must say to get your visa. 

It works like magic because 100% of every F-1 and M-1 visa applicant who read the ebook got their visa. In fact, you need it to guarantee your visa.

The reason I am stressing this is because no matter how qualified you're but you only get an opportunity to travel to the USA if you pass the visa interview. 

Therefore, it's very important you get it right. Get the ebook now to guarantee your visa. It's made cheap for students and it costs USD 19 only. To get the ebook now, download the complete successful past US  F1 & M1 US student visa interview questions and answers PDF (for foreign students preparing to go for interview at the US embassy or consulate). Download is instant. But if you've been previously refused a US student visa and you want to go to answer interview, read F1 visa interview questions after rejection, plus expert advise to correct the mistake. That's what you need to learn how to correct your first mistake.

Or if you want to understand the psychology of the US student visa interview questions themselves, see how to pass your F1 & M1 US student visa interview questions and get your student visa without stress. 

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