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ESTA revoked if VISA denied

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It can be.

https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/1097/~/previously-denied-a-visa-or-immigration-benefit

Best thing yo do is apply and be truthful when it asks if you have previously been denied a visa and see what happens. Most likely ESTA will be denied.


 

 

 

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He has a ESTA now that comes up for renewal next month. His interview in London is the 26th of September. We heard if he is denied they immediately cancel the ESTA and we will never be together.

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He has a ESTA now that comes up for renewal next month. His interview in London is the 26th of September. We heard if he is denied they immediately cancel the ESTA and we will never be together.

Huh? Why is that?


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Wait. Which visa are you talking about? A revoked ESTA means a visitor visa can be denied. It won't effect an immigrant visa like a spousal or fiance visa.


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We have a spousal visa application for him to come to US. The last thing is his interview in London. He has depression and alcohol in his medical history but none in past 4 years. Great note from his DR about his present health. We read there is a very real chance he will be denied. . But we are worried they will deny him the VISA and if they take his ESTA he can't visit the US to be with me. I work full time so impossible to go very often to the UK

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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From what you say, a denial seems unlikely for that. At worst, there may be a delay with random drug testing.

But yes, if a immigration visa is denied, then a tourist visa is usually puled/ denied too, because of immigrant intent. If your CR-1 does get denied, you can appeal and re-file, and in the meantime, meet in the UK or in 3rd countries.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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If refused an immigrant visa he would need to reapply for ESTA stating the refused visa, what happens next can not be foretold.


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