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kumar naresh     05/06/2019 09:36 AM

I did not perform well in my previous us visa interview. Kindly guide some tips for interview. Now a days many us based companies working in india want ca with cpa certifications. If i pass this exam i got good job in india.

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snevolg mike     08/21/2018 00:02 AM

hi all,
i'm a J1 work and travel i came to USA june 2017 and i got married to a usc girlfriend on

 march 2018
but when i was applying on green card Adjust of status application they asked me
if i overstayed and worked without authorization i replied yes because i have my social security card which i got as J1 i'm still using it and i'm still working does this have effect during an interview for I 485 please ?

is there any one who is J1 work and travel who is experiencing the same issue please

please i need your idea


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syeda tahir     07/10/2018 03:17 AM

So at Islamabad my interview happened for F1 on 26 June 2018 and I was informed that visa is approved and was given a letter that says “Your visa is Approved”. The VO told me that everything looks good and said you will have your visa in next week but now it’s 10 July and I have received no update. My CEAC says administrative processing with last update on the day of interview that is 26 June. My CGI dashboard was showing your passport is with consulate but now it has changed to document delivery information which is blank. When I email the passport tracking email it says no update. I don’t know what’s going on with all this. I wasn’t given any 221g so why is it hapenning. Anyone with similar experience.

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Wsaad     10/19/2017 05:56 AM

I'd like to share my F1 Visa Interview and rejection I received on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at US Consulate in Dubai.
After reviewing my i20 and passport, just 3 questions were asked and then rejected.
Q1: Why Associate degree?
AN1: I've been away from learning for a while since I got my Science degree in 2001, and I was devoted my time to work in UAE, GCC . So, I believe it is better to start with Flexible curriculum at Community college with associate degree, then I will transfer the credit to a 4 year bachelor degree and then Master.
Q2:Married? Yes
Q3:Why your wife and kids will not accompany you? Due to spouse work's commitment and all my spouse, kids have got B1/B2 visa valid till 2020 and they can visit me any time since they will not stay longer than a month.

END of the interview with rejection.

Can you please assist and advise the mistakes I have undergone ? Do you advise to resubmit.

Appreciate your kind assistance.

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Arjun- ()     01/31/2010 04:40 AM

Trekking in Nepal is a paradise, as Nepal has been known to be the best destination for trekkers in the world. Nepal has some of the most spectacular, exciting and breathtaking trekking that nowhere can be found in the world, therefore, Trekking in Nepal is the special for mountain lovers, to those who would like to discover the diverse range of flora and fauna, varieties of the culture or simply to have special holidays in the majestic mountains.

Trekking in Nepal has known for 100 years, as the trekkers come to view the diverse lifestyle of the inhabitants in the mountain regions. No doubt, the hospitality of the people living the Himalayas enchants trekkers in such a way that they come again and again and have fondest memories of Nepal throughout their life.

Nepal is a country of friendly people belonging to many different ethnic groups, each having their own variety of culture, religion, festivals and castes etc.

Nepal owns the lowest elevation to the highest peak of the earth. Furthermore, of the 14 highest peaks above 8,000m in the world, Nepal owns over eight the highest mountains and over 1300 peaks above 6,000 m. Therefore, while you have a trekking in Nepal, you have a chance to explore these giant Himalayas on foot, there is no doubt that you will be exhilarated while you have holidays in Nepal.

Furthermore, most of trekking regions of Nepal are encompassed by national parks, which have a diverse range of wildlife, including rare and endangered species. So, when you have trekking, if you are lucky you may even spot tigers or elusive snow leopards in the Himalayan area.

Your trekking involves walking through diverse forests, from sub tropical to alpine as well as different landscapes, lush alpine meadows and rocky snow covered passes, ice falls, glaciers, high altitude and frozen lakes. Therefore, Nepal can be the best destination to spend your holiday with much thrill.

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