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Virginian61

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    Indianapolis IN
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  1. Thanks. I thought we had that covered. I gave a letter of explanation along with copies of my Thai resident visas. They seem hung up on the fact that she has any relative at all in the US. But that's the reason she is coming here - so we can help. I think this is some local policy but am at a loss on how to overcome it.
  2. Married to Thai, now nationalized. I retired and live part-time in US and Thailand. Can't get back to Thailand this year due to covid travel restrictions. So we decided to sponsor our niece for a student visa to better her career prospects. She was accepted to university and went to visa interview. She was denied because, as near as we can understand, the fact that she has relative in the US means she is an intending immigrant. Any tips on overcoming this assumption? Is this worldwide or just the consulate people in Thailand? Thanks!
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