What happens when your immigration case is denied? In most situations, there is no appeal after a denial. If the law allows you to appeal, you can ask USCIS’s Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) to look at your case and see whether the USCIS officer wrongly denied your green card. There will be a fee and a deadline for filing the appeal—don’t miss it.
How long does the US embassy keep a record of visa denials? Paper DS-156 records are maintained for eleven years from the date of last action.
Can a visa refusal be overturned? Visa applicants whose visa applications were denied can appeal for the visa refusal stating why the visa denial was not proper thereby requesting that the visa denial should be overturned.
When can I reapply for US visa after rejection? Do refused applicants have to wait three to six months before reapplying? There is no time restriction on resubmitting an application after a refusal. If additional information or supporting documentation is available which may further demonstrate applicant’s qualification for a visa, an application may be resubmitted.