Tourist EVisa Tanzania
The US finance visa (or KI visa) is a visa solution meant for use by those US citizens wishing to marry their foreign finances in the United States. Re-entering the USA after a full ninety (90) day stay and brief departure is not strictly prohibited, but the officer may deny your entry based on suspicions that you intend to permanently reside in the United States, will not leave by the expiration date on your I-94, or that you are engaging in unauthorized work while in the United States.
If a foreign traveler has some questions about how to answer the questions so as not to be permanently barred from America, it would be prudent to them to pay for a legal consultation with an American Immigration Attorney who is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
If a foreigner arrives to Armenia without any valid identity document or visa or if he gets refusal to obtain Armenian visa he cannot enter the territory of the Republic of Armenia and must be returned to his country of origin or to the country he arrived to Armenia from unless the aim of arrival is to apply for asylum or refugee status.
The traveler must provide (in English) biographical data including name, birth date, country of citizenship, country of residence, email address, sex, telephone number, passport information, destination address in the U.S., travel information (round trip airline ticket, flight number and city where you are boarding) as well as questions regarding communicable diseases (chancroid, gonorrhea, granuloma inquinale, HIV, leprosy, lymphogranuloma venereum, syphilis active, tuberculosis active, and others), physical or mental disorders, drug addiction problems, arrests, convictions, past history of visa cancellation or denial, and prior deportations from the U.S. The traveler will also be asked whether they are seeking work in the U.S., have ever been deported or tried to get a visa by fraud or misrepresentation.
At the consular interview, the United States Embassy or Consular Officer notified the individual that their record did not contain a crime involving moral turpitude, but that the application was denied for other reasons, such as “insufficient ties outside of the United States”.