Yes, they share information. The controlling reference for this is a treaty between the US and UK which was drafted in 2013 and entered into force last year (2014) which says in part…
The UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the USA share immigration information.
The UK is to share fingerprint information with Canada and Australia, with the US and New Zealand to follow soon, the Home Office said today.
‘ The member countries, namely: the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, agreed to share biometric data from applications for visa and other immigration benefits of potential immigrants to jointly combat illegal immigration under the High Value Protocol Data Sharing (HVDS) initiative.
Even if you have been refused with a visa in the past, if you mention the truth, you will be able to explain the visa refusal reasons behind it, and might even be able to convince the officials with new correct information and documents. In most cases, visa related information is shared between countries.
Does US visa refusal affect UK visa?
Definitely yes if the visa was refused in the last few years and still yes if it was refused even a long long time ago. While mentioning that you were previously refused a visa may have adverse effect on the outcome of your UK visa; not mentioning will definitely make it worse.
Criminal conviction information on US Nationals who have been convicted of offences in England and Wales is extracted from UK records and sent, via Interpol channels to the United States in cases where there are fingerprints available and when the conviction is for imprisonment for 12 months or more or the offence is …
Also there is no limitation on the UK authorities seeking information on EU citizens and their family members from the US authorities. The UK and US authorities agree to provide one another with Information so long as it is for one of the purposes set out above.
The Five Country Conference (FCC) High Value Data Sharing (HVDS) Protocol initiative was signed in 2009 to enable the exchange of biometric data between member countries – the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Do US Customs take fingerprints?
For more than five years, Department of State consular officers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers have been collecting biometrics—two digital fingerprints and a photograph—from all non-U.S. citizens between the ages of 14 and 79, with some exceptions, when they apply for visas or arrive at U.S. …
Can UK immigration check your travel history?
UK Visas and Immigration specifically asks for details of your travel history for the past 10 years. … If need be, UKVI can verify your previous visa refusals, visa overstays, deportations and entry refusals for all the countries you have been to.
Does immigration know your travel history?
The only record of your travels is your passport containing entry and exit stamps. The immigration office of the country/s you traveled to MAY be able to provide you with information on your entry into their borders. … Answer: The CBP does not keep a record of your travel history.
Does UK visa refusal affect Canada visa?
No , It will not effect other countries visa. The UK embassy doesn’t put any stamp on passport for refusal.