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I want my brother in law to visit me and my husband in the us. He is in Morocco. He is a teacher but does not have property ties all he has is his job teaching...Would he have more of a chance to get here if he brought his elderly mother who has all ties...property. She really does not want to come but my husband would love to see his brother. Do you think a job as a teacher is sufficiant ties to Morocco to have?

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How old is your BIL? Why can’t your husband go back home and visit him there?

If your BIL is single and in the age bracket of 16-35 chances of him getting a tourist visa would be difficult.

Bringing grandmother does not change anything, he has to show his ties that he would not over stay in US and would return back to home.

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How old is your BIL? Why can’t your husband go back home and visit him there?

If your BIL is single and in the age bracket of 16-35 chances of him getting a tourist visa would be difficult.

Bringing grandmother does not change anything, he has to show his ties that he would not over stay in US and would return back to home.

I want to see him also...He wants to come here. His brother is here and he wants to see America

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A job as a teacher will not be sufficient, properties he owns, if he's married and have children these usually are stronger ties, enrollment to a reputable University, plus plenty of money in the bank, other than that if he's single, owns no property, little resource in the bank, and between 20-35 years old, the chance to obtain a Tourist visa is one in a million.

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I want to see him also...He wants to come here. His brother is here and he wants to see America

why not to give is a shot and try his chance but I can tell u my experience in Consulate in Casablanca,a profession as a Teacher can be kind of positive point to show his intention to return back to Morocco once his visa is over but to have a good property is more helpful but the most important is if he traveled before oversea specially to Europe because is he used a visa before by right way this can be the most important point to help him get a visa easily from Consulate and then see his brother u and enjoy the journey in America.when I was there like 100% of people who applied and have been in Europe before got the visa with no problem; after simple three qsts have u been in oversea of Morocco? why u are traveling to >>> states? for how long u wanna stay there ? thats it ur visa is accepted come in couple days to get it in hand.best of lcuk


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why not to give is a shot and try his chance but I can tell u my experience in Consulate in Casablanca,a profession as a Teacher can be kind of positive point to show his intention to return back to Morocco once his visa is over but to have a good property is more helpful but the most important is if he traveled before oversea specially to Europe because is he used a visa before by right way this can be the most important point to help him get a visa easily from Consulate and then see his brother u and enjoy the journey in America.when I was there like 100% of people who applied and have been in Europe before got the visa with no problem; after simple three qsts have u been in oversea of Morocco? why u are traveling to >>> states? for how long u wanna stay there ? thats it ur visa is accepted come in couple days to get it in hand.best of lcuk

Thank you for your positive post

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