Hello, I have overstayed my previous f1 visa for 7 months due to medical issues. then voluntarily returned to my home country. In march,I tried to re enter USA with same old visa but I was stopped at port of entry, they cancelled my visa and asked me to withdraw my application to enter USA. they sent me back home on the next flight. I asked them whether I was banned for overstay or not. they told me that I wasn't banned and I can apply for a new visa and comeback again to USA along with a Visa waiver form. What are the chances of getting another visa?
Very slim at best.
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Only if you can convince the US Embassy that because of your severe medical condition, you had no option except to overstay.
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It depends on the circumstances and the officer at the consulate. I can tell you that I recently did an F-1 CP case for someone who had to withdraw their application for admission at the POE for unauthorized employment while on her previous F-1. her visa was cancelled and she was sent back. We reapplied and I was surprised, but she was granted her F-1 and returned to the U.S. I will say this, most likely you have an alien number now so if you do any application make sure that you include that number so that the officer at the consulate post will know that you are attempting to be as open and as honest as possible.
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