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Brining in-laws to the U.S

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew what the process was to bring my in-laws to the U.S.. I just want to bring them for a trip to get the know the states, not long term.. any suggestions on what paper work that requires? THANKS!

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hi

none, you don't bring them

they must apply based on their own merits of showing strong ties to their country, they have to prove that they have no intent of staying, that they have obligations and reasons to return

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Hi,

There is no process for you to bring anyone to the US on a visitor visa.

Anyone who needs a visitor visa for the US simply applies through the local US Embassy. The applicant by law is presumed to have immigrant intent. The applicant must show strong ties to the home country in order to overcome the presumption.

There is nothing you can do for them. This is about them and why they will return home after a visit.

http://santodomingo.usembassy.gov/niv-e.html

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