Sorry to bother you. What will happen if people submit the visa application after their 1, 3, 5, or 10 years bar. I heard the record will be erased. I also heard the immigration officers may pick up on them.Yet, eventually. their visa will be granted. It is thankful if you would like to give me some detailed explanation
I am afraid it's iossble to get a detailed explanation here as each bar has its own consequences and requirements to overcome it. Generally, if a person applies within the time when the bar is applicable the visa will be denied, and the person found inadmissable.
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I agree with my colleague. You should consult with a reputable Immigration attorney so that the person's complete immigration and criminal histories may be evaluated to determine what the options are, if any.
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Immigration records do not get erased.
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