Provided you are the legitimate spouse of an H-1B visa or status holder in the US and can prove it, your H-4 visa should not be cancelled, UNLESS the consul in Hindustan suspects some fraud.
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One visa denial should not affect another visa although Consulates can do so in some situation.
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It would depend on the reason for their denial.
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In all likelihood the H4 would continue to be valid, absent other information not provided in your question. Good luck!
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Hello. Further detail needs to be known in order to advise you. The answer to your question can only be a 'maybe'. The reason for the visa not being approved needs to be known. Multiple variables are involved.
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