“My foreign boyfriend has tried three times for a tourist visa to America and was denied three times because he didn’t have strong ties to his home country. Does it hurt his chances of getting a K1 visa if we’ve recently in the past tried for tourist visas?”

From our experience, previous tourist visa denials don’t typically impact your K-1 visa application. However, U.S. officials will ask if you’ve applied for visas before and ask what happened in those cases. But it’s been our experience that it doesn’t hurt you at all.

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