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Noah Lott

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  1. That list is as follows: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- you do not need to send her anything - her prior travel history/use of her first visa will be the deciding factor...no piece of paper known to mankind can overcome 214b....there is no piece of paper that is listed under our laws that when presented will result in visa issuance...the CO does not care about your bank account, your house, your car, your job, etc ..about the only thing they might care about regarding you is how old your kids are and whether or not your MIL might be going to the US to provide child care....other than that, there is not much else to discuss when an older (probably retired) person applies....especially if they have had a visa previously.
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    Stem opt rejected

    No one on this site save perhaps some one from Murthy could provide a sound, legally based answer. Next time, follow the instructions.
  3. it used to work a long time ago, now USCIS is better prepared to deal with duplicate applications that try to evade scrutiny.
  4. Why should the United States import thieves?
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    B1/B2 with I-140 approval (Consular processing - India)

    are you now working for that employer in India and thus have either finished the assignment in the US or did you not take it?
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    B2 visa expiring but I94 valid for another month

    1- yes 2- hard to say, since we do not know her entire travel history since she has had the visa 3 - probably not, but again, depends on prior travel history...how many extensions (if any) has she filed over the years?
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    B1/B2 on i140 approval (Consular processing)

    Anyone can apply.
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    B2 visa interview

    best to check with the embassy/consulate, as they are the only ones who know the actual answer...
  9. I dealt with this sort of thing a lot as a CO....sent back numerous petitions....spent a lot of time reminding USCIS to take more care when adjudicating petitions...but they are slow to react...sadly, there is a lot of sleaze in the H1B/L1 categories - much of it with phony window dressing with the cover letters from attorneys describing some clerk as a manager or something....a good CO could pick these apart given time...then ship them back (the petitions)...the bad apples just make it tougher for bona fide folks....
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    B2 visa interview

    in general no one may accompany an applicant to their interview, except parents with minor children and those who may assist someone who has mobility issues...
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    B2 Visit Frequency

    maybe....but then, what (realistically) are those person's ties to their own country? Which country/company on planet Earth doles out 3 month vacations twice a year? That would be NO country nor company. Besides, what is that person up to for so long and why does that person 'need' to visit so often and for so long? Hmmm.....I would venture a guess of.....working!
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    Supporting Documents for Visitor Visa

    They can bring whatever they want, but the CO will not be interviewing papers.
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    Visiting USA on B1 visa

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    B1/B2 visa with approved I140

    she will be asked a simple question: 'what will motivate you to leave the US instead of hanging around (likely working) until your I-140 becomes current?' Hint: there is NO piece of paper that can credibly answer that question.