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Visa applicants being turned away at the U.S. Embassy in Europe

US visa holder was denied entry

The Rome District Chapter informs of two situations
Where applicant have been turned away at the U.S. Embassy London.
These types of applicants were being turned away
Which could affect the applicant from future use of the Visa Waiver Program.
U.S. law generally requires visa applicants to be question by a valid officer at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. After material information is discuss, the application is accept or denied, based on standards set in U.S. law.
While the vast majority of visa applications are accept,
U.S. law sets out many standards under which a visa application may be denied.
An application may be denied
Because the valid officer does not have all of the information,
Required to determine if the applicant is eligible to receive a visa,
Or because the information reviewed indicates,
The applicant falls within the scope of one of the inadmissibility or ineligibility grounds of the law. 
An applicant’s current and/or past actions,
Such as drug or criminal activities, as examples, may make the applicant ineligible for a visa.
If denied a visa, in most cases the applicant is notified of the section of law which applies. 
Visa applicants are also advised by the valid officer
If they may apply for a waiver of their ineligibility.
Several of the most common reasons for visa ineligibilities
For more information, review the visa ineligibilities in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

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