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Thread: High sch. document rejected for Diversity Visa Interview

  1. #1
    Can he challange e rejection? According to My friend, His high school document were rejected by the interviewer For Diversity Visa today because he was not satisfy with the school that issue the High scool Diploma. My friend was a refugee in Guinea, west Africa, after running away from war in Liberia. He attended a refugee school established by ICRC on the refugree camp. Many students from that school are in American Universities and around the World. The school is reconized by all african universities and governments. His document was not stamped like rejected.

  2. #2
    Can he challange e rejection? According to My friend, His high school document were rejected by the interviewer For Diversity Visa today because he was not satisfy with the school that issue the High scool Diploma. My friend was a refugee in Guinea, west Africa, after running away from war in Liberia. He attended a refugee school established by ICRC on the refugree camp. Many students from that school are in American Universities and around the World. The school is reconized by all african universities and governments. His document was not stamped like rejected.

  3. #3
    Your only option is a letter to the Ambassor requesting review of decision. No formal appeal available.

  4. #4
    oright. I wil tell him to d js that. Thanks .

  5. #5
    Someone12
    Guest
    an ambassador at one of our embassies does not have any authority over visa matters. He or she cannot order the consular folks to readjudicate a visa application.

  6. #6
    Someone12: You are correct Ambassador has no say in the visa matters....
    That is the Consular issue he might be able to talk to the Education consular if that post has one...they must have a the the name and Registration No. date and if that still in the camp.

  7. #7
    FSN is wrong as usual. There is no such thing as an "Education consular". All decisions by an FSO at a post are reviewable by the Ambassador.

  8. #8
    I dont think faderale86 understand how the United States Foreing Service works....
    The person who manages the United States Information Services Section, he is a Consualar Officer....
    All decisions are revied by the DCM not by Ambassador.... On the top of that No Ambassador, or DCM had over ruled the FSO's decisions.

  9. #9
    Ambassador or DCM will not normally change the decision of a Consular Officer.

    They may request the Consular Officer to review his or one of his colleague in the Consular section to review their decision when it is very important for US National Interest for example refusal of visa to important Government of Political figure of the country.

    Federale86, for you information, each and every Post overseas has an Education Advisor or a Student Advisor position for providing guidance to the students who want to come to the United States for higher education. This position works either directly under the Embassy or under U.S. Education Foundation. Funding for operation of this position is provided by US Department of Education under a grant from E/ASA on an annual basis.

  10. #10
    Someone12
    Guest
    Our ambassadors overseas do not have any consular authority...none....they cannot change a decision, nor influence the consular officers at an embassy to change their decision. There is a separation of power and authority in the consular section. Dirtbags who present questionable "high school diplomas' from some third world no-name-o school should not be believed....and really, who is the ambassasor going to believe??? Some whining visa cheat or his or her consular staff? Easy answer.

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