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Can I apply if I have been rejected or terminated in the past by USCIS for an L-1, E-2, B, or other visa?

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Rejection in the past does not disqualify the applicant, unless the reasons are related to immigration fraud or other significant problems.

Rejection in the past does not disqualify the applicant, unless the reasons are related to immigration fraud or other significant problems. But past visa denials must be reviewed carefully with an immigration attorney. It is most important that all criminal, medical, or U.S. immigration history problems be disclosed to legal counsel in advance of application.

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