Why Would the Consulate Deny My Visa?

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There are many reasons under the immigration law that a person may be deemed “inadmissible” to the United States and therefore, a consulate would deny a visa. These reasons include health related grounds – including mental disorders and drug additions, crimal related grounds, security related grounds, foreign policy reasons, public charge reasons – ability for financial support, prior immigration violations, and fraud or misrepresentation.

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