Here’s an interesting comment/question about US student F-1 visa. Surprisingly, this question was posted on the article – F-1 Visa Canceled Due to Fake Bank Statements.
"I have a unique case. A friend of mine was denied F-1 visa twice in 2006 under 214 (b). Fortunately, that passport has expired now (the passport in which there were two “application received” stamps).
Now, he has a new passport and is planning to go for a visa interview by next month. Can he say that he was never denied a visa in the DS forms? As the visa denial was made in the old passport, do you think there is no chance of the VO knowing?
Also from 2007, they have stopped using the “application received” stamp. They are entering denial and approval data into their CCD (Consular Consolidated Database).
So is it possible that before 2007 they didn’t have a database and that is why they used stamps. Please let me know."
False information in DS Forms
Let’s ask the readers to comment on the above questions.
- Will you hide information in DS forms?
- Do you think any US consulate will not have information about previous visa interviews?
Please leave your comments, suggestions, thoughts and solutions to the above questions.
But to start with, it’s not recommended to provide false information or hide facts. If ever they find out, you could banned from entering the USA for several years.