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Toursit visa denied last year because of common law

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Hi guys, I am Canadian myself and my wife is Colombian.

Last year we put in a solicitud for her tourist visa for the us, in the forms we wrote that I will pay for her trip, at that time we were common law. The officer at the us embassy in bogota told her right away oh geez I cant give you the visa but you can put in another solicitud but you need either:to pay for your trip or get married,

So whatI think is that common law cant pay for their partners trip. Now that we are married and both living in COlombia, I would like to her to try again for a tourist visa for the us., she is currently not working and its been a year that we applied last year.I will write that I pay for her trip... What are the chances or her getting the visa? Thanks so much!

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Hi guys, I am Canadian myself and my wife is Colombian.

Last year we put in a solicitud for her tourist visa for the us, in the forms we wrote that I will pay for her trip, at that time we were common law. The officer at the us embassy in bogota told her right away oh geez I cant give you the visa but you can put in another solicitud but you need either:to pay for your trip or get married,

So whatI think is that common law cant pay for their partners trip. Now that we are married and both living in COlombia, I would like to her to try again for a tourist visa for the us., she is currently not working and its been a year that we applied last year.I will write that I pay for her trip... What are the chances or her getting the visa? Thanks so much!

You have zero to do with her tourist visa application. She must prove beyond doubt that she must return to her country by demonstrating strong ties to Colombia.

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