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why can't afghans get a visitor visa to the usa

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I have never seen anyone from afghanistan get a visitor visa to the USA. I honestly think this is stupid and discriminating. I have met so many people from various countries in the usa like sadi arabia Egypt Pakistan so why not afghanistan my fiancee is from afghanistan and we have to meet because we have not seen each other in three years so why can't he visit so i can file the fiancee visa and does anyone know if Mexico would let us both visit there and just let us get married please give me an answer someone it would make me so happy

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Afghans needs a visa to enter Mexico

http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Paises_Visa/en.html

As far as I could tell, the nearest Mexican Embassy is in Iran

http://embamex.sre.gob.mx/iran/index.php?lang=en

Caveat Emptor, the information I provided is worth exactly what you paid for it.

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Institutional Racism?


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we have not seen each other in three years


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Most countries do not accept Afghan PP holders

You can meet in oceania-Tuvalu

Europe - Kosovo

Africa- Algeria

Asia- Macau

N. America/Caribbean- St Kitts Nevis or St Vincent (They will have to request a visa & be thoroughly vetted1st)

The other countries they can travel to is in or around their area like Pakistan etc

Your spouse could try St Kitts a nice small island, just be aware the Caribbean is part of N America & if the USA

buzz off buddy they do too....The Bahamas & Mexico have a visa requirement that I don't think they would make

easy good luck

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Has he actually tried to get a tourist visa? How many times? What are his ties to the USA vs to his country?

One of his problems is precisely that he has a US citizen fiance- they are afraid he would use the tourist visa to come here, marry you and stay.

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why don't you go and meet him in Dubai, that's were i have gone to meet my fiance twice since we started this process... Its easy for him to get a visa to Dubai.


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Ease of getting a visitors visa is partly a reflection of the politics between the two places and partly a reflection on how many previous holders of visitors visas have returned to their home country promply at the end of their visit. Places that rank poorly in either have a very hard time in getting visas.


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Why don't you fly to visit him in his home country?

Well Afghanistan isn't the safest place to visit....


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Can you meet in a 3rd country closer to him like Morocco?


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Thanks for the replies if i go to another country we will just get married hes been asking me to marry him for a year and he never mentioned me in his interview we were initially going to apply for the fiancee visa but now i think we will be planning our wedding because we are crazy about each other so why not just do it

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