visa denial

Old Jul 15th 2001, 10:31 am
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enrico
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Hi,

I have a friend that wants to go to a school in the US. In order to get a student
visa in the OF-156 form he has to declare if he has any relative in the US ans
his status.

If he answers yes and says his father's status (worker) are the people at the
consulate going to ask him documents about his father's status?

His father is in the US and is about to get the Green Card, anyway, the only document
he has in order to prove it is the final determination of the US Department of Labor.
Is it enough?

Can the presence of his father in the US cause a Visa denial under section 214(b) of
the Immigration and Nationality Act (Strong Ties)? What kind of documents does he
have to show in order to prove his strong

ties to its own country? (the rest of his family is in his own country, he can show
that he has enough resources to easily support himself and absolutely doens't need to
immigrate to another country).

Anyone had a similar experience?

Thanks, Enrico
 

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