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Anyone can apply for a visa.

Not sure your question.

It's up to her to demonstrate strong ties to mexico.


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She needs to show strong ties to Mexico and not intent to immigrate, but yes, she can apply for tourist visa.


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can my cousin apply for a visa to come visit us, at the us she is from mexico and she studies cosmotology and in june her vacations starts, so she wants to come and visit,

She can apply but there is little chance at her being granted a tourist at her age simply because her ties are never going to be strong enough. Her school is easily replaced for example.

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Mexico is number one for the issuance of non immigrant visas. More are issued to Mexicans than the next two countries put together.


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at her age very difficult


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NOA1 to NVC August 18, 2014:

Case Complete NVC March 17, 2015

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Medical Exam May 26, 2015

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VISA RECEIVED: June 4, 2015

Point of Entry: JULY 14, 2015

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