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My half sister, who lives in Mexico, wants to visit!

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My half sister would like to visit for about 10 days. She is currently a temporary resident of Mexico.

She has never been to the US and obviously plans on returning to Mexico.

What are her chances of getting a visitor visa?

I'm guessing she needs all the evidence she can get to prove her ties to Mexico?

BTW, I'm a US citizen. Not sure if it matters.

Thanks in advance!

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My half sister would like to visit for about 10 days. She is currently a temporary resident of Mexico.

She has never been to the US and obviously plans on returning to Mexico.

What are her chances of getting a visitor visa?

I'm guessing she needs all the evidence she can get to prove her ties to Mexico?

BTW, I'm a US citizen. Not sure if it matters.

Thanks in advance!

Temporary resident of Mexico? So what country is she is permanent resident of?


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Her chances will depend on her ability to convince the US consulate in Mexico that she can afford the trip and that she has enough ties as evidence she plans to return.

That you're a USC does help nor hinder her case.

Good luck! I hope she can come visit you.

My half sister would like to visit for about 10 days. She is currently a temporary resident of Mexico.

She has never been to the US and obviously plans on returning to Mexico.

What are her chances of getting a visitor visa?

I'm guessing she needs all the evidence she can get to prove her ties to Mexico?

BTW, I'm a US citizen. Not sure if it matters.

Thanks in advance!


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