Ineligible/Ineligibility

What is Ineligible/Ineligibility?

Ineligible/Ineligibility meaning Immigration law says that certain conditions and actions prevent a person from entering the United States. These conditions and activities are called ineligibilities, and the applicant is ineligible for (cannot get) a visa. Examples are selling drugs, active tuberculosis, being a terrorist, and using fraud to get a visa. Read our information on the Classes of Aliens Ineligible to Receive Visas to learn more.

 

reference: U.S. Visas – Glossary