6 things don’t do on social media if you wanna go US


Nearly after a year, it is officially announced that your social accounts will also get checked before applying for Visa. After the start of this plan, most visa applicants, including tourists, will have to provide the username of the social media accounts. It is collected by the head of the United States, which they used during the last five years.

During the financial year ending September 30, 2018, the US Consulates in India released 8.72 lakh visas. Globally, The New York Times estimates that 14.7 million people. It will be asked to submit their social media details annually.

So, Today I am going to tell you about 6 things you should never do on Facebook and Twitter. If you want to travel to the US.

Don’t post about politics on social media

Your blog, Twitter feed, Facebook page, and any of that connects you to business colleagues is not the right place to post about Political News or to post about the fight of political parties. From a recent Intel study on mobile bearing and digital sharing, 24 percent of U.S. adults post political verdict online. Similarly, 34 percent of U.S. adults share information online about current events. In Conclusion, you should not share anything on social media that is related to political disputes or includes the content that provokes Anti-US citizenship, at least not in your official social media accounts.

Don’t perform violently on social media

Domestic violence against women is now frequent. Violence against women happens every minute, every day. Now, What is the link between social media and violence against women??

It’s simple you should not post any content that provokes human violence especially domestic violence against women. 81% of women suffering from domestic violence experience violence on frequent occasions. In conclusion, any post that promotes any kind of violence or discriminates against a set of people may seriously backfire your chances of getting a US visa.

Also Read: Without Social Media Forget your US Visa

Avoid social partying picture

A picture may be worth a thousand words. Social partying posted on social media speaks more for employers sifting through the job. According to recent concerns about employers use social media for information about both current and potential employees have led many users to adjust their privacy settings and posting habits. A study found that college students who posted images of themselves enjoying a drink or two. In conclusion, if you frequently use alcohol, drugs, and smoking on social partying it could ruin your chances of going to your dream university or get that desired job.

Don’t post about ‘Settling Down’ in the US

Counselors advise that since US authorities aren’t too keen on students settling down in the country post studies, it’s better to play it cool.

Angry and obscene content is a big no-no

Ensure you only post things that paint you in a good light. Therefore, US obscenity law plays with the regulation or suppression of what is considered obscenity. Issues of obscenity give voice at federal and state levels. The States have now a direct interest in public morality. It has responsibility for criminal law matters. Including the punishment for the production and sale of obscene materials. In conclusion, think about the kind of person the US immigration authorities will want to let in. Try to be that person on social media.

Don’t be suspicious on Social Media

If you think being suspicious is a great idea on social media. Think again!! Don’t act like suspicious on social accounts. Don’t make your account private. And do not frequently delete posts. Perhaps I’m one of the few people who don’t use social accounts and are still reachable by email. And if you think deleting posts will help? You got it wrong. In conclusion, as deleting posts or making all accounts private might only make you seem more antonyms.

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