Desperate student pleaded and begged for F1 Visa during second try.
Following question was sent by a reader.
This year I was rejected twice for my f1 visa. I have a better than average profile.
- ug % 65.26 university of pune
- gre 1460(quant 800, verb 660)
- toefl 109
University Arizona State University MS CS (only admit reason for rejection as per me).
After my second visa attempt I got very dejected and I got over taken by emotions and behaved immaturely.
I kept on asking my visa officer with a pleading face to give me a chance to explain as I have really worked hard for all this where he was constantly asking me to step aside.
I even made a loose namaste symbol in between while asking him to give me a chance to explain. In the end I said sorry and I stepped aside.
Now I am planning to wait for 1 year and then to apply again for F1 visa with a better university than ASU (which I am pretty confident of getting into).
My question basically is how much will the emotional drama that I did at the end of my second VI hurt me next year when I again for my VI. I have penned down three likely scenarios. Please tell me which one’s the most likely and if there’s any other scenario possible please tell me that.
- Because of the emotional drama that I did the doors of US are forever closed for me now and I should look towards some other countries now.
- The emotional drama will hurt but getting into a better univ and waiting for 1 year will pretty much negate the bad effect of that.
- It wont hurt as VO expect students to sometimes behave immaturely.
Also if you know any case where a person got his visa approved after doing a similar emotional drama as I did please let me know it will help a lot.
Future F1 Visa interview
You can be sure about one thing about your F1 Visa interview – Most likely VO should have a made a note of the way you behaved.
In one recent F1 Visa Interview for Fall 2012, Visa Officer referred to the students previous interview’s answers.
It hard to say based on your experience for next visa interview.
Do you know why your visa was rejected? Even after 1 year, if you don’t know why your visa was rejected, chances of getting visa could be tough.