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Return to US after Denial in Canada??

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All,

i am planning for visa stamping in June 2018 second week (Vancouver, Canada), have few Qs on return if any denials or RFEs are given.

I heard mixed things on return to US, if anyone went through the same situation or planning to attend at the same time, let me know, that would be really helpful.

thanks,

vins

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You can not return after a denial. You would have to go to your home country to get a visa there. That's the risk with stamping in a 3rd country.

 

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Hello vins,

 

controrary to what you may have heard... even if your visa is denied... as long as you have a valid visa on your passport and the consular office does not put a stamp of “cancelled without prejudice” on the valid visa... you can come back to USA and get your things in order before leaving for good!! 

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3 hours ago, Canucks_H1bRenewal said:

Hello vins,

 

controrary to what you may have heard... even if your visa is denied... as long as you have a valid visa on your passport and the consular office does not put a stamp of “cancelled without prejudice” on the valid visa... you can come back to USA and get your things in order before leaving for good!! 

They do cancel existing visas.

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Hello Vins,

I'm planning to take visa appointment in Vancouver in June 2nd week as well ,Did you already book your slot ?

I see 1st available time as 23 May 2018 ,Are there any open slots 2nd week of June?

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On ‎5‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 8:53 PM, vins said:

All,

i am planning for visa stamping in June 2018 second week (Vancouver, Canada), have few Qs on return if any denials or RFEs are given.

I heard mixed things on return to US, if anyone went through the same situation or planning to attend at the same time, let me know, that would be really helpful.

thanks,

vins

No you cannot comeback if you have appeared for a visa interview and it gets denied, revalidation is only applicable if you have not appeared for any visa interview.

Your existing visa if any present will be cancelled for sure, don't let any second thought to take over.

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On 5/18/2018 at 9:47 AM, ashukla said:

No you cannot comeback if you have appeared for a visa interview and it gets denied, revalidation is only applicable if you have not appeared for any visa interview.

Your existing visa if any present will be cancelled for sure, don't let any second thought to take over.

Thank you

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