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5 Times visa rejection. Need your suggestions.

Discussion in 'International Students' started by abhilash269, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. I have 5 times visa rejection on my profile.

    Profile: PG diploma in Marketing with 3.5 years of Job experience (without any gap).
    IELTS: 6.5 (with no band less than 6)
    Job Designation: Research Analyst
    Course Applied: Project Management
    College: Algonquin College

    Latest rejection reasons: International travel, ties to your home country, proposed course of study.

    I would need your suggestions for my 6th time. Also kindly let me know if there are any chances even after 5 times rejection.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Honestly, after 5 rejections you should take a break for a year or two. You look desperate with all these attempts and it’s just making it harder and harder to get a visa approved.
     
  3. The reasons for rejection are very clear:
    - You don't have enough travel history to countries that require visa such as the EU, USA, etc.
    - You don't have enough ties to your home country such as a job, spouse, children, assets, etc.
    - Your proposed study program don't align with your previous work experience and/or education history.
    So, unless any of theses reasons have changes, the next visa application will be rejected as well. With 5 times rejections, it is better to give it some time before you re-apply for the sixth time and work on the above stated reasons for rejection. Good Luck!
     
  4. Agreed with the above. Don't apply again for at least a year. That's too many refusals.

    During that year, work to develop stronger ties to your home country.
     
  5. you should have stopped after the 3rd refusal.
     
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