“What are the most common reasons for a spousal visa denial?” 

It can be typical to receive a denial if financial requirements are not met. Income requirements must be met – 125% of the poverty level for most applicants – and you can also use a joint sponsor or assets to replace income under certain conditions, After finances, the odds or the reasons start to decrease. Other reasons for denial include the consular officer didn’t believe the relationship was real. In our experience, if you do have a  genuine relationship and you have been in that relationship for some time, you’re typically not going to encounter many issues. Occasionally, criminal convictions result in denials, but that doesn’t typically apply to most applicants.

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