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Chances of Mother & sister getting approved for Tourist Visa (from Morocco)

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How good (or bad) do you think the chances are of my husband’s mother and sister getting approved to come to the US on Visitor’s Visas from Morocco???  My husband has a Green Card.

 

Mother:

*in her 60’s

*widowed for more than 20 years

* owns her own apartment

*doesn’t work

*doesn’t have a lot of money

 

Sister:

*in her late 20’s

*married (husband would stay in Morocco)

*rents an apartment with her husband 

*has kept the same job for more than 5 years

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no to the sister at all / they will assume she will meet and marry a man here or has BF and will marry and AOS to stay

my mother in law applied in August and was denied September 5th and Adil has applied for citzenship

some of your ties to morocco are good like the job

but she doesn't own property 

my mother in law owned a house with her sisters and her own apartment and has a checking account 

 

husband and children staying behind (2 week vacation for the wife )  did not work for a Brazilian teacher /   husband a policeman

 

so, apply and see what CO says but you can not  support the Tourist visa application / u can , if given a visa, buy her ticket and support her living costs here

we have a friend in Nahvile whose parents are here on 2nd trip so none of us really know about the CO and what and why some approved and others turned away

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22 hours ago, adil-rafa said:

no to the sister at all / they will assume she will meet and marry a man here or has BF and will marry and AOS to stay

my mother in law applied in August and was denied September 5th and Adil has applied for citzenship

some of your ties to morocco are good like the job

but she doesn't own property 

my mother in law owned a house with her sisters and her own apartment and has a checking account 

 

husband and children staying behind (2 week vacation for the wife )  did not work for a Brazilian teacher /   husband a policeman

 

so, apply and see what CO says but you can not  support the Tourist visa application / u can , if given a visa, buy her ticket and support her living costs here

we have a friend in Nahvile whose parents are here on 2nd trip so none of us really know about the CO and what and why some approved and others turned away

Unless the sister has an excellent paying job/career, a business, few properties, a husband and children who will stay back, I say it is almost impossible. Recently, parents have been denied despite strong ties to and in Morocco. Things have changed a great deal recently.


Honest-Love-Respect

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Sister is already married.


“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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Posted (edited)
On 10/2/2018 at 10:55 AM, Derik-Lina said:

Unless the sister has an excellent paying job/career, a business, few properties, a husband and children who will stay back, I say it is almost impossible. Recently, parents have been denied despite strong ties to and in Morocco. Things have changed a great deal recently.

that is why i included the info about the Brazilan woman

her sons were 8 and 17,  husband a policeman

she a teacher

owned propert in Brazil

they had even lived in Louisana 10 years before while he attended college

and still a tourist visa denied for a 2 week vacation

 

 

not the same as morocco, I know, but morocco denies almost all tourist visas

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12 minutes ago, adil-rafa said:

that is why i included the info about the Brazilan woman

her sons were 8 and 17,  husband a policeman

she a teacher

owned propert in Brazil

they had even lived in Louisana 10 years before while he attended college

and still a tourist visa denied for a 2 week vacation

 

 

not the same as morocco, I know, but morocco denies almost all tourist visas

So true and sadly so. The fraudulent cases have made it impossible for the legit people.

Trust has been broken over and again :( 

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