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Threats of discretion: are they real?

Threats of discretion: are they real?

Old Apr 15th 2002, 10:30 pm
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Denis A. Nadoln
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Default Threats of discretion: are they real?

I thought I'd rather bring this question up in a separate thread: what are the odds
that a US embassy in an Eastern European country will not renew my expired F-1
student visa given ALL the necessary documents are present (like a valid I-20, a
letter saying I'm doing research that's paid for, &c.)? I'm just afraid to go to a
conference overseas .

I'd really appreciate a feedback on this one (except the hate mail of course).

P.S. I read somewhere here that in Hungary they just won't issue an F-1 no matter
what. I happened to get my first F-1 in Budapest relatively easy, but my
impression was I'd just lucked out.
 
Old Apr 26th 2002, 1:00 am
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Thorsten
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Default Re: Threats of discretion: are they real?

"Denis A. Nadolnyak" wrote:

    > I read somewhere here that in Hungary they just won't issue an F-1 no matter what.
    > I happened to get my first F-1 in Budapest relatively easy, but my impression was
    > I'd just lucked out.

My wife (who is Hungarian) and I know several Hungarian students in the U.S., all of
which hold F-1 visas. Why would the U.S. discriminate against Hungarians? Hungary is
a member of NATO, after all.

Of course, this may mean very little for your particular case.

Szia, Thorsten
 

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