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Top 5 Reasons Why Your Visa May Be Denied
Top 5 Reasons Why Your Visa May Be Denied

Even though your initial visa petition may have been approved, errors made throughout the application process can give the U.S. Consulate reason to deny your visa. Each visa application is carefully reviewed, so it’s essential to understand what can cause your visa to be ...

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