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Some tips to get it? How should I behave in the interview?
I have one reject of J-1 Visa, like work and travel, can it affect on my interview conclusion?

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    There are no easy ways to get a visa. Apply the right way with all the right information. As you do not give information about yourself we can not help you much. – Willeke Jan 21 at 9:16
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    Does this answer your question? Does the interview for a US B1/B2 visa actually influence the decision? – Traveller Jan 21 at 10:34
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    @Feliks_JS Your question is too broad. What visa do you want to apply for? Why was your J-1 visa application refused and when? What is your citizenship? There are a lot of questions on TSE about US visas, try searching travel.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5194/… and then edit your question to make it more specific – Traveller Jan 21 at 10:38
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    Your question belongs on our sistersite Expatriates Stack Exchange. But I feel it still lacks details. US immigration will assume you will want to stay as they assume that from everybody who wants to work in the US. – Willeke Jan 21 at 11:23
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    @Feliks_JS Saying you want a work visa but that you don’t want to immigrate is contradictory. I’d guess that software developers are 10 a penny in the US, as they are in many highly developed countries. Do you have any specialist development skills that are hard for employers to come by? If you can leave Uzbekistan for a job in the US for a presumably indefinite period, what do you leave behind in Uzbekistan that would compel you to return to your home country? travel.stackexchange.com/questions/103826/… – Traveller Jan 21 at 11:27