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Old 03-13-2015
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Hii!! I applied for B1/B2 back in October 2014 for Electives and was denied by VO. I reapplied a week later and again rejected. I had been issued B1/B2 before in 2013 for 3 months to do Electives and CS exam. I came back within the stipulated time. I could not give CS exams because my Application was rejected by ECFMG as it was not sent directly from Med school. The VO who rejected me first time told that if you were going for USMLE exam it could have been considered. Then the second Vo said Electives cannot be done on B1. I am a graduate now. I work as Medical officer in a nursing home and wish to appear for CS in June and Ck on April. I have already passed Step 1. I am actually in a spot of bother as I do not know if I will be given a visa considering the fact that my Visa has been denied twice already in October. Can you please help on how to increase my chances of getting a visa and avoid Visa rejection for giving CS this time round.
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Appaly for a new type.

F visa or J visa ,try to get a research ,,,etc
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Considering the fact these are also non immigrant visas, will my previous rejections have an impact on J1??
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