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tdrob29

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  1. Not sure if you are aware but if you enter the US from Canada by land you do not need to apply for an ESTA, you get a i94w, which I believe it just done there & then on the spot & isn't applied for in advance/online. But perhaps it would be better to apply for a B2 anyway.
  2. I'm not talking about applying for another work visa, I'm talking about entering the US via land for a short trip therefore I wouldn't need to apply for anything. It would seem a bit ridiculous that a flight back home & a stable job back home wouldn't be enough to overcome immigrant intent.
  3. Hi all, I'm planning a trip to Vancouver in September, I'd quite like to visit the US (Seattle) for a day or two whilst I am there, I would travel via train. However, I was unfortunately rejected for a 6 month work visa in February under 214b. Other than this I have a very clean sheet, no criminal records, have travelled to the US multiple times, once lived there for a year (& left within the time of my visa expiring). My circumstances haven't really changed since my rejection, though I will have a return flight booked from Canada and I will still be in full time employment in my home country. I currently live with my parents so do not own a house. Is it worth the risk of trying to get in? Has enough time passed? Are they more likely to let me in due to such a short trip into the US? Thanks.
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