In September/2013 I applied for a US tourist visa because I was going to stay 16 months in Canada as a student, and I was 19 years old, had no job, no properties, nothing haha and in the US visa interview I mentioned that I was going to stay in an American friend's (who is a girl, and I am a dude) house. The immigration did not take it well and refused my application.
However, when I was in Canada I applied again and got it refused again, since the immigration agent had my records and asked if I knew anyone from America and I said yes (if I have said no the consequences would probably be worse because it could have been interpreted as a lie).
Anyway... almost 9 years later I have a degree, doing my Masters, have bought an apartment here in Brazil (I'm Brazilian by the way), and I have just been offered a job offer in the UK! Amazing!! :)
However these two US visa situations are hauting my :chuckles: since that in the UK visa skilled worker form, they ask you if you ever had any immigration problem (visa refusals to anywhere in the world are included).
Then, should I describe both situations and write that I have two US visa applications refused due to lack of funds and ties to my home country (Brazil) by that time? Will it have a negative impact in my UK Skilled Worker visa application? Or... should I just select "No" and carry on with the application?
Also, just for the records, I am in a Civil Partnership and my civil partner is now applying with me, as my dependent :)
Thank you so much,