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So I need some advice. My sister, her husband, and kids (3 months old and 8 year old boys) want to come visit me in the US... my sister was gonna come just with my mom (my mom got her tourist visa last year and already visited me) BUT I miss my nephews so much and the youngest I haven't met yet and of course I also miss my awesome brother-in-law lol... So they all want to apply for their Tourist visa which makes me very excited, but the only thing that worries me is if the fact that they're all applying at once may give the embassy a redflag and make them think that they want to come to the US and live illegally or something. Do you think it could harm their chances to get a visa if they apply for it all at once? My family do not want to move to the US, My sister is a College Teacher, my brother-in-law has a small business and their 8 year old is in school ... They want to come to Atlanta and meet my in-laws and my family here this thanksgiving (I came to the US on a K1 visa and I've been married for a year and a half now) and they would also love to go to Orlando and take the kinds to Disney etcetc (all the tourist stuff) so Any advice is appreciate it .. thanks


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Hey everyone

So I need some advice. My sister, her husband, and kids (3 months old and 8 year old boys) want to come visit me in the US... my sister was gonna come just with my mom (my mom got her tourist visa last year and already visited me) BUT I miss my nephews so much and the youngest I haven't met yet and of course I also miss my awesome brother-in-law lol... So they all want to apply for their Tourist visa which makes me very excited, but the only thing that worries me is if the fact that they're all applying at once may give the embassy a redflag and make them think that they want to come to the US and live illegally or something. Do you think it could harm their chances to get a visa if they apply for it all at once? My family do not want to move to the US, My sister is a College Teacher, my brother-in-law has a small business and their 8 year old is in school ... They want to come to Atlanta and meet my in-laws and my family here this thanksgiving (I came to the US on a K1 visa and I've been married for a year and a half now) and they would also love to go to Orlando and take the kinds to Disney etcetc (all the tourist stuff) so Any advice is appreciate it .. thanks

Family typically take vacations together, so it shouldn't be a problem for them to apply together. As long as the US Embassy accepts their strong ties to their home country, there shouldn't be any problems.

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