No, being denied a visa is not the same as being denied admission.
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No, having been denied a visa at a consulate and having been denied admission to the US at an airport or port of entry are two completely different things.
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Use care in answering the questions. You have been denied a visa through the application process. If you are confused on any of the questions, then consider your options, which include a teleconference with a competent and experienced immigration and visa attorney. Good luck.
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Two different things. Please use caution answering these questions as they mean completely different legal concepts.
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