Visa rejections often occur when required documents are unclear or contain ambiguous information. If your application is rejected, a U.S. Consulate/Embassy official will inform you during the interview process.
If your application is rejected for the first time, subsequent applications will be a challenge. Normally, if your visa has been denied but still attempt to enter the U.S. you will be refused entry.
It is especially important for industrial workers and service technicians to be informed about the visa process, due to strict regulations. These travelers should be properly prepared for the visa interview, their respective entries, and their activities while in the U.S. It is important to consider that industrial workers without necessary documentation or visas can potentially be prosecuted for illegal employment. In this case, most workers do not even have the chance to reach their site of employment before they are sent back to their home country.
These potential complications with the visa process could lead to larger problems like assembly delays or even liability claims.
Our B-1 service removes any of the stumbling blocks before you proceed with the visa process.