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Visitor visa for Sister and her daughter

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I would like my Sister(in her 40s) and her daughter(unmarried and completing graduation soon) to visit us in US for a family event. She is married and her husband has his business back in India and her son (unmarried) but working for a tech company. They are staying in a rented apartment and have couple of properties in her name. What are her chances of getting a visitor visa? Secondly, do I need to send any documents (e.g. bank statements, letter etc) that is required for Visa application? 

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you play no role in the process...no documents from you will have any positive effect on the outcome....your mom may easily get a B2 visa; your sister not so easily, as she is in the prime demographic (young single woman) who have prompt 'mind changes' at baggage claim, find true love before even leaving the airport, marry a USC and are never seen again.

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I don't think this should be a problem. I am aware of a family who got their visas approved having similar background.

 Just make sure that during the visa interview, the intent of visit is made clear.

Also let them carry enough evidences to prove strong ties to their home country. Good luck!

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I am aware of many who did not succeed, for the reason I posted above...your mom may well succeed; your sister is much more doubtful...

each applicant is judged (when they are 18+) on their own specific merits in these situations, not combined together...

 

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