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    Default What does 'CWOP' in my passport mean?

    I am a student with F1 visa and got a 'CWOP' (cancelled without prejudice)
    in my passport when I entered US because my entry times of the F1 visa
    reached its maximum (2 times in 6 months).

    Recently I am applying for another US visa. There is a question in the new
    visa application form that 'Have your visa ever been cancelled by US
    government?'. Do I need to say 'Yes'? If so, then I am afraid it could be a
    serious problem for me to get the visa.

    How do you think of it? Thanks a lot!




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    Originally posted by Lei
    I am a student with F1 visa
    and got a 'CWOP' (cancelled without prejudice)
    in my passport when I
    entered US because my entry times of the F1 visa
    reached its maximum
    (2 times in 6 months).
    Recently I am applying for another US visa.
    There is a question in the new
    visa application form that 'Have your
    visa ever been cancelled by US
    government?'. Do I need to say 'Yes'?
    If so, then I am afraid it could be a
    serious problem for me to get
    the visa.
    How do you think of it? Thanks a lot!

    I had
    this once before. Answer that it was CWOP, you will have no problem.


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    Is CWOP accounted as a visa cancellation?

    Does the visa officer have a record in the visa computer system for CWOP?

    I still think if you said 'Yes' to the question in the form, you will be in
    trouble. There is no space in the application form for you to explain it is
    a 'CWOP'.

    How about just simply say 'No'? Will the visa officer find the CWOP and
    consider I am cheating, or, will the officer simply ignore the 'CWOP'?

    Anyone has similar experience?

    Thanks!

    "JulianB" <member10859@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    Originally posted by Lei
    I am a student with F1 visa
    and got a 'CWOP' (cancelled without prejudice)
    in my passport when I
    entered US because my entry times of the F1 visa
    reached its maximum
    (2 times in 6 months).
    Recently I am applying for another US visa.
    There is a question in the new
    visa application form that 'Have your
    visa ever been cancelled by US
    government?'. Do I need to say 'Yes'?
    If so, then I am afraid it could be a
    serious problem for me to get
    the visa.
    How do you think of it? Thanks a lot!
    I had this once before. Answer that it was CWOP, you will have no problem. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com


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    Originally posted by Lei
    Is CWOP accounted as a visa
    cancellation?
    Does the visa officer have a record in the visa
    computer system for CWOP?
    I still think if you said 'Yes' to the
    question in the form, you will be in
    trouble. There is no space in the
    application form for you to explain it is
    a 'CWOP'. How about
    just simply say 'No'? Will the visa officer find the CWOP and
    consider
    I am cheating, or, will the officer simply ignore the 'CWOP'?Anyone has similar experience?
    Thanks! "JulianB"
    <member10859@british_expats.com> wrote in message
    news:1221841.-
    1075951734@britishexpats.com"]news:1...tishexpats.com-
    [/url]...
    Originally posted by Lei
    I am a student
    with F1 visa
    and got a 'CWOP' (cancelled without
    prejudice)
    in my passport when I entered US
    because my entry times of the F1 visa
    reached its
    maximum
    (2 times in 6 months). Recently I am applying for another US visa.
    There is a
    question in the new
    visa application form that 'Have
    your
    visa ever been cancelled by US
    government?'. Do I need to say 'Yes'?
    If so, then I am
    afraid it could be a
    serious problem for me to get the visa.
    How do you think of it?
    Thanks a lot!
    I had this once before. Answer
    that it was CWOP, you will have no problem.
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    http://britishexpats.com/http://britishexpats.com


    Hi:

    It's definitely in their system so I wouldn't put down
    "No" at all. As soon as they check your passport number it will be seen,
    but it will also be seen that it was CWOP. You shouldn't have any
    problem but being caught in a lie is the worst thing that could happen
    to you and that is something that would have serious consequences.

    D.


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    Thank you very much for the kind messages from you guys. I sincerely
    appreciate your time!


    "denno" <member10698@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    Originally posted by Lei
    Is CWOP accounted as a visa
    cancellation?
    Does the visa officer have a record in the visa
    computer system for CWOP?
    I still think if you said 'Yes' to the
    question in the form, you will be in
    trouble. There is no space in the
    application form for you to explain it is
    a 'CWOP'. How about
    just simply say 'No'? Will the visa officer find the CWOP and
    consider
    I am cheating, or, will the officer simply ignore the 'CWOP'? Anyone has similar experience?
    Thanks! "JulianB"
    <member10859@british_expats.com> wrote in message
    news:1221841.-
    1075951734@britishexpats.com"]news:1...tishexpats.com- [/url]...
    Originally posted by Lei > I am a student
    with F1 visa
    and got a 'CWOP' (cancelled without
    prejudice)
    > in my passport when I entered US
    because my entry times of the F1 visa
    > reached its
    maximum
    (2 times in 6 months). > Recently I am applying for another US visa.
    There is a
    question in the new
    > visa application form that 'Have
    your
    visa ever been cancelled by US >
    government?'. Do I need to say 'Yes'?
    If so, then I am
    afraid it could be a
    > serious problem for me to get the visa.
    > > How do you think of it?
    Thanks a lot!
    I had this once before. Answer
    that it was CWOP, you will have no problem.
    -- Posted via
    http://britishexpats.com/http://britishexpats.com Hi: It's definitely in their system so I wouldn't put down "No" at all. As soon as they check your passport number it will be seen, but it will also be seen that it was CWOP. You shouldn't have any problem but being caught in a lie is the worst thing that could happen to you and that is something that would have serious consequences. D. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com


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    cancelled without prejudice

    not a problem.


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