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#1 » by ItuGlobal (β2786) » December 7th, 2018, 1:23 am

Why is the US embassy in Nigeria not issuing B1/B2 visa to Nigerians in recent times no matter how important or urgent their reasons for travel are? Are Nigerians currently blacklisted?


No Nigerians are not currently blacklisted.

I once answered this question before but I will summarize the answer again. The embassy is not relaxed due to demand in visas, Hence they receive so many applicants every day. US visa officers pay less attention to submitted documents, or they don’t even look at them. It is expensive and time demanding to verify documents. Therefore, they use your body language and circumstances to quickly take a decision and hand over the blue paper to you.

Western Europe foreign missions most especially Germany always verify documents and based their denial on submitted documents. American Embassy is you and your confidence.

It is sad that wrong people get visa approval and people with good intentions get visa denial. That is one of the reasons why we pray to God for a favor . One thing again is your reason for the visit?

They also have statistics of those that were given visa in the past, if they returned and if they didn’t. On what purpose were they given visa?? All these pieces of information could be used to be biased about future applicants.

In General, Visiting visa is the most difficult visa to get because you need to demonstrate to the VO that you gonna return home. This is a difficult task and Nigerian government ain’t helping because all foreign mission thinks all Nigerians wanna run away. That's the struggle of living in a Third world country Bro, Sad.

I just cannot believe that this answer went so viral, Thank you all for reading and for this reason, I have decided to upload the blue paper that is usually given by the VO once your Visa is denied.

If you check that law paragraph (214(b)) according to the US immigration law, It implies that the denied applicant is a potential immigrant. That means you need to really prove to them that you have strong ties to your country.

What are considered strong ties to my home country?

Ties are the various aspects of your life that bind you to your home country. Strong ties vary from country to country, city to city, and person to person, but examples include:

Your job;
Your home; and/or
Your relationships with family and friends.
While conducting visa interviews, consular officers look at each application individually and consider the applicant's circumstances, travel plans, financial resources, and ties outside of the United States that will ensure the applicant’s departure after a temporary visit.

Because of bad governance in third world countries, It is not that always easy for the citizens to even prove strong ties to your own country. This is absolutely sad because freedom is something that everyone should enjoy. Many of these countries are also trying to discourage economic immigrants. If you put all these factors together, getting a visa to for some nationalities is just tough, but they did not blacklist Nigerians. I know that Indians, Bangladesh, and many other nationalities are also facing thes ame issue.

I hope that I have now perfectly answered your question.

Source: https://www.quora.com/Why-is-the-US-emb ... lacklisted
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