F-1 Visa


lemba

I am going to apply for a f-1 visa and could show all my expenses for my entire period of study and living expenses through a bank loan and partly from my parents savings. I am hesitant however, since I heard that once your visa was rejected this rfejection might negatively influence your chances next time applying.
I also heard if you are heading for a good university then your chances are much better since they will not suspect that you are an immigrant and want to stay.
Please give me your thoughts!

I am going to apply for a f-1 visa and could show all my expenses for my entire period of study and living expenses through a bank loan and partly from my parents savings. I am hesitant however, since I heard that once your visa was rejected this rfejection might negatively influence your chances next time applying.
I also heard if you are heading for a good university then your chances are much better since they will not suspect that you are an immigrant and want to stay.
Please give me your thoughts!
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Mendez66

hope everything worked out. yes, i am sure acceptance at a recognizable university helps with a visa application. but immigration authorities are notoriously unpredictable. check and double check everything before you send them your application.

hope everything worked out. yes, i am sure acceptance at a recognizable university helps with a visa application. but immigration authorities are notoriously unpredictable. check and double check everything before you send them your application.
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jukra

Lemba, in which MBA programs have you been accepted? Did everything work out with your F1 visa. I am still waiting for a response (NYU, Columbia etc.). When did you get your admission info?

Lemba, in which MBA programs have you been accepted? Did everything work out with your F1 visa. I am still waiting for a response (NYU, Columbia etc.). When did you get your admission info?
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Roland

Thats strange. I read about other people that have already received answers from the unis you named. Maybe you should contact the admissions office..

Thats strange. I read about other people that have already received answers from the unis you named. Maybe you should contact the admissions office..
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SvenAG

re: the F-1. i was led to believe there would be no hassle with a legitimate correspondence / confirmation from the uni. hoping everything works out!

re: the F-1. i was led to believe there would be no hassle with a legitimate correspondence / confirmation from the uni. hoping everything works out!
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