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Refused – Missing Documents

Dear Applicant,

Your application for a U.S. visa is INSUFFICIENT for approval.

As such, you have been found ineligible for a nonimmigrant visa under Section 221(g) of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).  A visa denial under section 221(g) of the INA means that the consular officer does not have all of the information required to determine if you are eligible to receive a visa. This means you are not eligible for the visa now, but your case is pending further action.

Please take the missing information/documentation along with your passport to Aramex in Ardiya, Sharq, or Salmiya.  Turning in the marked documents will enable continued processing of your application.

Missing information/documentation may include:

[A]          Financial documentation

[B]          Original I-20 or Complete transcripts

[C]          Passport/Old passport with valid visa or official report of a lost/stolen visa that is still valid

[D]          Extension letter from school/institute allowing you to report after the official program start-date

[E]          Pay SEVIS fee of $350.00 at www.FMJfee.com and proof of payment/receipt (I-901)

[F]          Medical Report and/or Ministry of Health sponsorship letter, or U.S. appointment confirmation

[G]          Employment contract compliant with Wilberforce requirements (more information here)

[H]         Court documents showing the final disposition of your case in the United States

[I]           New Photo (taken within six months, 5cm x 5cm, white background, full face, no glasses)

[X] Other information as determined by the Consular Officer