Overcoming a visa denial is overwhelming and frustrating.
On top of that, it is challenging! With each denial you receive, it will be harder and harder to get an approval in the future.
If you have a prior denial and you want to apply for a U.S. visa again, don’t be deterred, it’s possible. But, when you go into a visa interview with a denial(s) on your record, preparation is extra important.
The Visa Officer will almost certainly, or very very likely, ask you “What has changed since your last application?”. Your answer to this question will make or break your chances of approval. While we don’t know your situation, we can’t provide specific advice to your case, but below are some things you should consider when answering this question. If you would like personalized advice, strategy and consulting for your next visa interview, you can book a consultation with one of our Ex-Visa Officers at Argo. Head to www.argovisa.com to book your personalized consultation.
Things to consider when answering “What’s changed?”
There are also certain types of review that the State Department may need to complete through the main Department of State in the United States, depending on what type of visa application you have.
The only way to really figure out why you were denied is to get personalized insights on your entire case from an Ex-Visa Officer at Argo.