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Applying for visitor visa while other file pending

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Hi I have pending file (not husband wife type but brother/sister) from my older brother (he is US citizen...), who is in US but would like to try for visitor visa for my nieces wedding that is comming up in July...can I apply for visa and if so it 50/50 chance of getting visa? Thx

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Yes you can apply for a tourist visa. However, you must show strong ties to India (reasons for you to return).

No one can give you the percentage of your chances.

Good luck!

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There are 2 possible outcomes, not a chance based process.


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Yes you can apply for a tourist visa. However, you must show strong ties to India (reasons for you to return).

No one can give you the percentage of your chances.

Good luck!

Thanks, Yes, I am aware of it that for visitor visa, you do have to show well supporting documents that you will return to your home country and have no intention of staying in States. Thanks again for the respond.

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You can apply for the Tourist Visa..

Thanks. For some reason I thoght if you have other pending file than you can not apply for visitor visa or i may have confused with that you have less chances of geeting visitor visa if you apply while you have other file pending...

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They issue a visa

They do not issue a visa

So 50/50? Not the way I was taught maths but seems a common usage on here.


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