7 reasons why Visa Application are denied

A lot of people apply for US Visas every year. A very little mistake can hinder the visa approval process. Be sure to avoid commonly made mistakes during the visa process so there won’t have any delays.
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A lot of people apply for US Visas every year.  A very little mistake can hinder the visa approval process. Be sure to avoid commonly made mistakes during the visa process so there won’t have any delays.

Top 7 reasons why your visa application may be denied:

1. Unprepared
Be prepared for the visa process. There are various information on the internet that can guide you in your preparation.

2. Incorrect visa application
Eligibility and requirements differ according to the type of visa you are applying for. Make sure you are applying for the correct visa. Ensure you are eligible and that you meet the requirements and for that particular visa.

3. Incorrect or insufficient information
All forms should be completely and accurately filled and be fully prepared with all requirements, documentation, and forms of verification because these can help speed up the process. Unverifiable or wrong information can lead to visa denials or prolonged and redundant processing.

4. Over confidence during the interview
Being extreme confidence of a visa approval during the interview can make the interviewer see you as arrogant.

5. Providing too much information

Your answers to questions must be thought through, but concise and simple. Do not give unnecessary details that are not related to the inquiry, and do not voluntarily give information that you are not being asked. This can lead to more questions or raise red flags and suspicions that would have otherwise not arisen and this could work against you.

6. Disrespecting the interviewer
Express humbleness and courtesy toward the interviewer and submit to the authority they represent. Look presentable to show seriousness in the process. 

7. Misunderstanding communication
Do not be afraid to ask the interviewer for an interpreter or to repeat, explain, or slow down if you do not understand what he/she is saying. Effective communication can help in avoiding misunderstandings and misinterpretations