F1 US VISA (got rejected)

Good Evening Everyone!

This question is especially for American expats or students who experienced F1 interview.
I got rejected twice for my F1 visa. I really want to go and study in US what do you suggest I do now?

Will appreciate any kind of useful suggestions.

Thank you
Best Regards,

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Find out the reason for the refusal and correct the situation if possible and try again.

Twice??  where did the interview take place?

Good Evening,

I need to know why you were rejected each time. An F1 visa is probably the easiest of the visas to get because unlike a B1/B2 and an F1 pressured to have a dual intend cannot be solely denied a visa for that reason.

To get an F1 visa you simply need to have the following:
1. I-20 issued by a designated school official.
2. Bank statement showing enough resources to pay for you and school.
3. Demonstrate / swear before an visa officer that you intend to go to school only( not working) and you intend to return to your home country after college.

An F1 visa cannot be denied after that. It is indeed the easiest visa to get.

Cubvos (Former F1)

cubvos1 wrote:

Good Evening,

I need to know why you were rejected each time. An F1 visa is probably the easiest of the visas to get because unlike a B1/B2 and an F1 pressured to have a dual intend cannot be solely denied a visa for that reason.

To get an F1 visa you simply need to have the following:
1. I-20 issued by a designated school official.
2. Bank statement showing enough resources to pay for you and school.
3. Demonstrate / swear before an visa officer that you intend to go to school only( not working) and you intend to return to your home country after college.

An F1 visa cannot be denied after that. It is indeed the easiest visa to get.

Cubvos (Former F1)

Every visa can get denied.

twostep wrote:
cubvos1 wrote:

Good Evening,

I need to know why you were rejected each time. An F1 visa is probably the easiest of the visas to get because unlike a B1/B2 and an F1 pressured to have a dual intend cannot be solely denied a visa for that reason.

To get an F1 visa you simply need to have the following:
1. I-20 issued by a designated school official.
2. Bank statement showing enough resources to pay for you and school.
3. Demonstrate / swear before an visa officer that you intend to go to school only( not working) and you intend to return to your home country after college.

An F1 visa cannot be denied after that. It is indeed the easiest visa to get.

Cubvos (Former F1)

Every visa can get denied.

....and every case is different

first one in jeddah consulate and second in Riyadh consulate

Abm98941 wrote:

first one in jeddah consulate and second in Riyadh consulate

Location has nothing to do with the denials. You were given a reason. What was it? How did you rectify the reason for the first denial?

Why did you go to two consulates in the same country?
The data is in a cloud and they know your details.
Creates a Red Flag.

twostep wrote:
Abm98941 wrote:

first one in jeddah consulate and second in Riyadh consulate

Location has nothing to do with the denials. You were given a reason. What was it? How did you rectify the reason for the first denial?

214b both times

jamesduraiswamy wrote:

Why did you go to two consulates in the same country?
The data is in a cloud and they know your details.
Creates a Red Flag.

Because the earliest one was in jeddah and the next one was after being rejected

I’ve applied for one more in December
Any tips ?

Abm98941 wrote:

I’ve applied for one more in December
Any tips ?

Apparently the the ties to your home country were not satisfactory. To top it off you hopped from embassy to embassy. Your applications are in a central database. Give it a couple of years. Then be better prepared.

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