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Hello, i need some advise. I am planning to apply for US visit visa in March from pakistan. But i got my US visit refusal back in April 2016(Applied with parents). I have good travel history before to UK and europe. And valid schengen visa also. My profile is.

Single: 27 years old.
Doing a job in private firm since March 2015.
Salary is 30K.
Also doing masters with my job. (Started in August 2016)
Good bank statement of my father and mine bank statement is around 5 lac.
Sponsor: Cousin in US

Travel with my parents (Both have US visa) to France and from France to US for vacations and sightseeing

Should i apply for US visa on this profile. What are chances in this case. I have valid schengen visa also last time i have applied.
My father is bearing my ticket expenses. As my salary is not good thats why i am bit afraid to apply again.
Need some useful suggestion.

Thanks

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