Your re-entry permit will not be approved just because you took fingerprints. It will be approved based on the evidence you filed with the original application.
Yes, it can be denied. Fingerprints are just the beginning of their background and security checks.
If you've been spending long periods of time out of the US ... that may come up and could result in an RFE and/or denial.
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Finger prints are the standard practice for back ground and security checks. Just standard procedure for visa applicants. It is not a sign ...
There is no guarantee for the approval until you get the decision.
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