Hello, I had my I140 filed by employer in 2008 (it was approved). In 2009 I left my employer and left US. Will I have issue getting F1 visa. How can I improve my chances.
I assume most likely this I140 application was withdrawn by my employer
If you qualify for the F1 visa and there are no other impediments, then I think you should be fine to apply for the F1 visa.
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You must meet the requirements of an F-1 visa and be able to convince the consular officer that you will maintain residence in your home country after completing your studies.
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You need to prove strong ties to your country.
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