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My fiancé’s visa was refused June 2019 and was told to come back January 2020 and have a new medical exam done. My question is does he need to get his fingerprints done again? I messaged the consulate(Ciudad Juárez) and they told me he would not need a new interview only a medical exam, but didn’t say anything about the fingerprints? Can anyone let me know if they have any insight on this? Should I schedule the new medical exam already? 

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3 hours ago, aaa1234 said:

My fiancé’s visa was refused June 2019 and was told to come back January 2020 and have a new medical exam done. My question is does he need to get his fingerprints done again? I messaged the consulate(Ciudad Juárez) and they told me he would not need a new interview only a medical exam, but didn’t say anything about the fingerprints? Can anyone let me know if they have any insight on this? Should I schedule the new medical exam already? 

Thanks 

 

That is what the embassy stated - "have a new medical exam .. "         Get 'er done!


Hank

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1 hour ago, fayrog said:

What was the reason for the denial?

 

Not a denial .. a refusal < this is normal  during AP when they request additional documents, etc.     Once the OP provides everything the embassy requires the refusal will disappear.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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3 hours ago, aaa1234 said:

My fiancé’s visa was refused June 2019 and was told to come back January 2020 and have a new medical exam done. My question is does he need to get his fingerprints done again? I messaged the consulate(Ciudad Juárez) and they told me he would not need a new interview only a medical exam, but didn’t say anything about the fingerprints? Can anyone let me know if they have any insight on this? Should I schedule the new medical exam already? 

Thanks 

Finger prints don't expire,  a medical does


YMMV

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