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Wangmo     07/31/2019 13:08 PM

Dear friends,
I have been rejected twice for US visa this year 1- for a conference (Feb)and another as a tourist(June),I am again applying for tourist visa this December , will it be a problem trying thrice in a year ?
I have done my earlier interviews in different places and again upcoming will be in Thailand , this is because I make appointments coinciding with my meetings.
I owns a travel agent and my yearly turnover is 8M. Is it less or ?
I believe my last rejection was based on my yearly turn over . As soon as I told my company turn over the VO directly said sorry .what could be the reason . I have only mother and 2 years old daughter whom I have to look after back home so there is no point staying in US and also a very good running company where I earn good enough .

Your support is highly appreciated

Best Wishes πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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BLADI     07/31/2019 22:57 PM

Both times were B-2 visas.
When you say 8M turnover, how much is that monthly in USD?

Depends with many factors found in DS-160, where you will stay, if you have relatives in the U.S, social ties to your home country etc.
In such your case, reviewing the DS-160 would give more insights.


Wangmo     08/01/2019 11:06 AM

Many thanks πŸ™
It’s almost $10000 in a month,
Will it be a problem to apply thrice in a year ?
Applying again in December and again another place for interview.
Please advice


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