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Hi,

 

I am an Indian passport holder who is entering the US from the Canada border on a B1/B2 visa for a 3 day trip while on  an internship. I have a couple of questions based on my entry.

 

1. My parents live in the US on a L1 visa and I go to visit them at the end of my school terms. I have made about 2 trips this year and over the past 2 years spent around 80 days in the USA. Is this too much and am I visiting the USA too frequently?

 

2. My B1/B2 visa was obtained in India, but I live in Canada now and have very little ties to India. Would it be sufficient to show my ties to Canada instead of the USA? And what documents should I bring. I have my proof of employment for my internship, payslips, proof of enrollment in my university, phone bills. Would that be sufficient?

 

3. I am also entering via driving. Would this cause any problems?

 

Thanks in advance for all your help.

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