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hi everyone

I am new to this forum. I am looking for some advice I am USA citizen and I wants to sponsor my sister for visitor visa so she can come with her kids to visit me from Pakistan. my parents are USA permanent resident. during her stay, her husband will stay back in the country.i wants to know what she should expect during the interview.

2; for her expenses, I should attach my financial statement or her husband?

3; I should apply for her kids separate or in the same application?

 

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One application per person. If you are completing them on her behalf be sure to complete the “preparer” section. 

 

No documents are needed from you. No letters of support, no bank statements, affidavits, nothing. Her application outcome will be decided on her own merits alone. 


 

 

 

 

 

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There is no sponsorship for Tourist visa's, you can sponsor her to immigrate.

 

She and her children apply individually.


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how many chances are there that she will able to get a visa. I really want to see her because I met with her 5 years ago, and I am not in this situation that I visit her there.

as she is a housewife than she has to provide her husband bank statement? and what other paperwork can help her/please advice me regarding that

 

thanks in advance

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The only thing that we can be certain of is that there is zero chance unless she applies, she should complete the application and see.

 

Best advice is to tell the truth.


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12 minutes ago, laila123 said:

how many chances are there that she will able to get a visa. I really want to see her because I met with her 5 years ago, and I am not in this situation that I visit her there.

as she is a housewife than she has to provide her husband bank statement? and what other paperwork can help her/please advice me regarding that

 

thanks in advance

No paperwork from you can help her. She needs to provide her own reasons for returning home. It will then be a judgement call by the officer at the embassy whether he is satisfied that she is eligible and will return home. You won’t know until you try. 


 

 

 

 

 

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