F-1 student staying in USA for 2 years without problem or violation immigration law or others, after visiting my home country. the USA embassy from two different countries refusing to give me F-1 Visa to continue my education in USA. and after finishing the interview, i asked about the reasons of refusing , then the vice consul told me to bring lawyer.
so if you are immigration lawyer who have the ability to call the Vice consul "Visa Processing".
please email your fees & other cost .
This sounds like you will need an immigration attorney. Avvo has a find a lawyer section which I suggest you use.
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Call? Probably not. Inquire via electronic means. Yes.
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