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I had applied for B2 visit visa for Israel. They rejected and marked my passport with the following black stamp:

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What does the black stamp mean and what are its restrictions? Can I reapply and if yes, when should I apply? I plan on reapplying next month. Will that be fine?

marked as duplicate by Traveller, Michael Hampton, RedBaron, gerrit, user90371 Jul 4 at 11:14

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    Did you receive a refusal letter? There’s usually no point reapplying unless you can address the refusal reason(s), which typically means providing better evidence or waiting until your circumstances improve before reapplying – Traveller Jul 4 at 8:28
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    This is not a rejection stamp, this just says a visa application was submitted. Place Nicosia, date 28.6.19. But, as one of the comments on the similar question suggests, maybe the lack of the visa, which should be put in the place of the stamp indicates that the application was rejected. – SIMEL Jul 4 at 11:12
  • From the linked question/answers it might be worth a second try without much changes in between. – Alchimista Jul 10 at 12:16
  • This is not a rejection stamp per se. It says "visa request filed. Place: Nicosia. Date: June 28th 2019." – einpoklum Sep 10 at 11:40