214(b) Visa Rejection

If a consular officer finds you are not eligible to receive a visa under U.S. law, your visa application will be denied, and you will be provided with a reason for the denial.  There are many reasons a visa applicant could be found ineligible for a visa.  A list of these ineligibilities can be found here.  Some ineligibilities are temporary and pass after a certain number of years and others are permanent.  If you are inadmissible to the US because of an ineligibility, we can help you with a waiver or help you overcome the ineligibility determination.  If you are refused a visa under section 214(b), it means that:

Although a 214(b) isn’t a permanent ineligibility, there is no appeal process and it can significant impact your future visa applications.  Fortunately, there is a solution and we have helped many visa applicants overcome a prior 214(b) refusal through a new visa application.  This can be done by providing new application documents and being thoroughly prepared for your next visa interview.  Multiple 214(b) denials are very hard to fix so preparation is key.  If you want to give yourself the best chance of success, we are here to help and we have successfully helped thousands of people win their complicated immigration cases.

Posted on October 8, 2021 at 7:51 pm by Immigration Lawyer Peter Messersmith · Permalink
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