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Koushikthai

Parents visitor visa denied twice.

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Hi,

I came to us on f1 visa and my company applied H1b Visa last year. My sister is married and lives in USA with her husband and moved to USA in 2019. I tried applying visitor visa for my parents and been refused twice. My dad is businessman well established and mom is housewife. Are there any areas where I can make a stronger case?

Thanks,

 

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you cannot make anyone's case stronger....because you are not the applicant(s)...applicants must qualify for B2 visas on the strengths of their own merits, not by promises and papers offered by interested third parties. 

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It is possible "your well-meant" guidance on how to answer the VO backfired. Have them apply next year and stay out of this. There can be no preparation for such an Interview where spontaneous answers are expected. The VO decides based on eye contact and very few questions whether it is going to be granted. A vast majority of tourist visas in India are granted. 

 

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9 hours ago, pontevecchio said:

It is possible "your well-meant" guidance on how to answer the VO backfired. Have them apply next year and stay out of this. There can be no preparation for such an Interview where spontaneous answers are expected. The VO decides based on eye contact and very few questions whether it is going to be granted. A vast majority of tourist visas in India are granted. 

 

And VOs know when somebody's answers are coached. It is actually pretty easy to figure that out. Anybody who has interviewed people for jobs knows how to figure such things out...

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Hi!

Given the fact, your father is an established businessman in India, we trust that your parents may not have presented their case well to establish their strong ties in India during the visa interview and on the visa application form DS-160. It is best for you /your parents to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys at Murthy Immigration Services, India to determine the best strategy for reapplication. You can reach them on info@murthyindia.com.

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