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I'm a 3rd year computer-science student and I've got a tech (software) internship at a very well known, top American company in Silicon Valley.

I'm currently studying at a top Canadian institution (but I'm an Indian/Chinese citizen). 

I've got the DS2019 and all documents, but my parents are diplomats (foreign service) currently posted in the US. Could this be a problem? 

I don't intend to settle in the US because I have to come back and finish my degree, is this enough proof to not be considered in 214(b)? 

I'm just worried my parents will be a problem even though they are diplomat officials who will leave the US in 2021.


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