My parents in law were denied visitors visas to USA from Fiji 2 years ago.They are not working,not pensioners,renting in a place for 15+ years and are financially supported by a son.We want to give it a 2nd try and wanted to know how to we make sure they dont get denied this time
1 Answer from Attorneys
A visitor visa can be denied by the U.S. Consulate for many reasons, including previous fraud, criminal record or immigrant intent.
If your husband is a U.S. citizen, then the Consulate might think he will file for adjustment of status for his parents once they enter.
They need to prove their ties to the country, in order for the U.S. Consulate to believe that they will actually return home & not apply for a greencard once they get to the United States.
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