THIS IS MY STORY

I still remember the morning of June 24, 2004, the day of my appointment in the US Embassy. I flew to Manila a day before for my interview well-prepared.  I wore my best attire and even got a haircut.  I wanted to look professional and “approved” in the looks department.

In my mind, that US TOURIST VISA was already mine. What can go wrong? I had prepared well for it. I had been traveling abroad. I had a well-established business. My bank accounts were full. I had a rich-sounding surname. And I spoke good English.  I also paid a travel agency to help me with my application.

Armed with my business permits, financial documents, property titles and passports, I was full of confidence as I entered the US Embassy. After a series of security checks, stampings, more checks and filing of the application, I was finally inside the well-lit appointment room. While waiting for my turn to be interviewed, I took the time to encourage to my fellow applicants, telling them that the US TOURIST VISA was easy and that they could get an approval.

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH

I waited for 4 hours before my turn came. I presented myself at the interview window. The interviewing consul read my name and I acknowledged. He asked me one question and I casually replied. He then followed up with one more.  While I was giving an answer, the consul cut me in mid-sentence, saying emphatically, “I am sorry, but I cannot issue you a US TOURIST VISA at this time.” He handed my passport with a stamp indicating my denial. I waited four long hours, only to get a stamp of denial in less than 2 minutes. My chances of entering the land of the free and the home of the brave were gone in 60 seconds. . .


SHAME & REJECTION

I was shocked. I felt lost and confused. I couldn’t believe what just happened. I wanted to defend myself and reason out—but it was too late. Before I could open my mouth, the next interviewee was called. I was so stunned. Shame crept in. As I turned my back from the interview window, my fellow interviewees who were still waiting were from afar, asked if I was approved, giving me that thumbs-up sign. I still gave a thumbs-up—not indicating I made it—but that I will be okay and they need not pity me nor worry about me. I envied those who made it and were making phone calls outside informing their loved ones of the good news. Yes, rejection really hurts.


NOT ALONE

I realized I was not alone. Who has not heard of the following US TOURIST VISA APPLICANTS who received a denial?

*The prominent mayor who got denied

*The rich businessman with his bejeweled wife getting thrown out of the embassy for shouting at the consul after being rejected

*The Fortune 500 salesman who was told twice that it was not his lucky day

*The pastor who was backed by his church who still got denied not once, not twice, but three times

*The very well dressed lawyer who was outrightly denied

*The rich owner of a very popular cellular phone company


NOT ALONE

I realized I was not alone. Who has not heard of the following US TOURIST VISA APPLICANTS who received a denial?

*The prominent mayor who got denied

*The rich businessman with his bejeweled wife getting thrown out of the embassy for shouting at the consul after being rejected

*The Fortune 500 salesman who was told twice that it was not his lucky day

*The pastor who was backed by his church who still got denied not once, not twice, but three times

*The very well dressed lawyer who was outrightly denied

*The rich owner of a very popular cellular phone company

And yet, I had these clients–

*The struggling hog raiser owner who only had $200 in his bank account and had no documents to present

*The bachelor who wanted to splurge in Las Vegas but had little to show for it

*The retired hearing-impaired school administrator who didn’t have much in savings

All of them got an APPROVAL, even if they didn’t seem qualified. What made the difference?

They all had the help of THE US VISA COACH. . .

Alas, the not so wise learn through failure and pays for it dearly! But the wise sees trouble from afar, humbles himself and asks for help.


WHAT US VISA COACH CAN DO FOR YOU

That shameful experience 11 years ago became a motivation for me to set up another business—a successful travel agency, sending travelers all over the world—to Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East. And yes, that involved helping people get a US TOURIST VISA.

I was a man with a mission. I could not and would not let my clients go through the same ordeal that I went through.  So for the past 14 years, I have personally analyzed, interviewed, coached and reviewed US TOURIST VISA APPLICANTS and have discovered the secret to making approvals almost certain. My clients in most cases get 10-year multiple entry visas. Our approval record is an astonishing 97%. And that success in getting a US TOURIST VISA actually rests in ONE AREA only.

If I knew everything that I know now about getting a US TOURIST VISA, my application the first time around would have definitely been an approval. It took five years before I finally got a US TOURIST VISA. I had to learn it the hard way, BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO. I had to suffer but you do not have to suffer.

There is a smarter way to do it. And that is to let somebody coach you.

You do not have to wait 5 years or even 11 years and waste thousands of money spent in US embassy fees. Let The US VISA COACH show you how.


WHAT I DID NOT KNOW THEN

You might have heard it by now that if luck is not on your side, you might get a moody or terror consul who rejects at will.  This is partly true.  For some, getting a US TOURIST VISA is like passing through the eye of a needle.   An applicant once shared that on his first appointment, he was asked what his job was.  He then proudly gave the name of a Fortune 500 company that he worked for, only to be  told, “I am sorry, it is not your lucky day.”  Two years later, he applied again with his wife.  To his horror and dismay, a different consul gave  the same verdict, “Sorry, it is not your lucky day.”  No wonder you see approved applicants proudly posting their US TOURIST VISAS in Facebook and thanking the high heavens for the approval!

What people do not know is that the US Embassy is looking for specific qualifications that will convince them of issuing an approval.  Contrary to hearsay, an individual’s millions in bank accounts will not guarantee an approval.  It is also common knowledge that people in the age range of 20’s to early 30’s easily get denials.  Is this true?  Definitely not!  We have clients who barely have enough cash for a plane ticket qualify for a visa, and get 10-multiple entry at that!  What is the secret?  The US VISA COACH will show you all these and more when you avail of our package.

how can we help you?

Contact us at theusvisacoach@gmail.com 

I thought I could easily pass the US TOURIST VISA application on my own. I am a director of a well-known TV network. I had the money and I had other social responsibilities in my community. Come appointment day, I was only asked where my family was and how much I was making. After briefly answering both questions, the consul stated that I could not be given an approval at this time. They did not even bother looking at the documents that I had prepared. I felt so insulted that I was not even given the chance to defend myself! Next time I would be sure to avail of the US VISA COACH Master Package so that I could defend myself and get the approval. Because of the initial denial, I would have to apply again, pay another set of fees, and would have to with extra effort now convince the interviewing consul!

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M. L. Chua
TV Director

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