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Mom has her interview next week for her immigrant IR5 visa. The thing is she was denied tourist visa for 3 times over the span of 10years. I'm worried if that will affect her immigrant visa. I'm a citizen now and I would her to come visit me at least once as she's getting old (65years).

Anyone has experienced something like this? Any particular questions she needs to be prepared for?

Thank you so much!

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Hi, my mom is having interview in 2 weeks and she was denied visiting visa just like you. I am going crazy because i dont know what to expect what they will ask. Please if you dont mind updating about your case. I know every case is different from another but its easier when you are preppared for everything. Good luck and i hope she gets her visa.

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