My wife is from Honduras and has 3 children from her previous marriage. After our marriage, I was able to petition for her 2 boys, as they were under the age of 18 at the time of our marriage. They are now permanent residents living with us her in the U.S.
Unfortunately, our daughter was 19 at the time of our marriage, and I was not able to petition for her.
In the meantime, we are applying for a travel Visa so that she may visit.
It is my understanding that the U.S. Embassy in Honduras is not approving travel visas at this time. Has anyone on this board recently been through the interview process at the Embassy?
In general, I am trying to find out how to have her best prepared and if there is anything further I can do for a positive outcome.
I am contacting my states Congressman for assistance, but I am uncertain what that will be. I am going to have her bank account adequately funded to cover travel expenses and have made her an authorized users on a few US credit card accounts. I also want prepare an affidavit of support letter that she can bring to the interview, along with evidence that her 2 brothers are living here with me in the U.S.
I have never applied for a travel visa. Will any of this be helpful, and more importantly, are there any other things that I can do to help her before her interview is scheduled. We are thinking late December/January.
Thanks in advance!