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Passport Not working now, would they give me Visa?

guys im applying for b1/b2 visa for my CS in june. im going to write ck in may. step 1 i cleared in dec. my question is since i am not working in any hospital as of now. so how much is it going to affect me, i mean many people say one should show a proof that you are coming back but i am not sure what to do since im not working. neither am i eligible to work in my country yet as i am awaiting my permanent registration.
so is it going to look really bad?
plz help.
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I know of people who got the visa despite being unemployed. It all depends on your luck.
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hi hoor,
i am in a similar situation, cleared step 1 in dec(259), ck scheduled in may and cs in june, even though have a permanent registration haven't been working for the last 10 months to study.
i am applying for visa now, would be helpful if u can share your experience.
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