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Im a 58 years old indian male,director of an ngo organization. I have worked with USAID aided CARE for 20 years. i have my own house in india. i want to visit USA. I want to apply for visiting visa. and want it desperately.i have a daughter who is 21 yrs old, n have her marriage in 7 months.me,my wife and my daughter all want to visit usa for tourism purpose.do we have any chances on getting the visa? what all should i say in my interview?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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You will be asked to show savings and income to show you can support the trip. That is to pay for your hotel, food, airline tickets, etc. If you visit someone here (you say daughter is to be married. IN US?), then a letter of invitaion and the form stating someone from US will house and feed you (support agreement) is needed.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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You will be asked to show savings and income to show you can support the trip. That is to pay for your hotel, food, airline tickets, etc. If you visit someone here (you say daughter is to be married. IN US?), then a letter of invitaion and the form stating someone from US will house and feed you (support agreement) is needed.

support agreement is not required for a tourist visa


YMMV

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Filed: Timeline

You will be asked to show savings and income to show you can support the trip. That is to pay for your hotel, food, airline tickets, etc. If you visit someone here (you say daughter is to be married. IN US?), then a letter of invitaion and the form stating someone from US will house and feed you (support agreement) is needed.

no..not in us..she is getting married in India itself? do i have chances ? i have heard dat if we work in ngo den us consulate suspect us in giving the visa..is it true?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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no..not in us..she is getting married in India itself? do i have chances ? i have heard dat if we work in ngo den us consulate suspect us in giving the visa..is it true?

Working with NGO does not change anything. They do not look any differently if one is working for NGO or private company. All you need to show is you have enough funds to cover your trip. Ticket for 3 ppl, food, living traveling and doing tourist things etc.

Your daughter getting married in next few months does not impact their decision either.

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