does any one have any ideas on how i could bring my sister in law to the U.S. for Christmas?
a work visa may be a solution. I know that in Canada you can sponser a "Nanny" and it's quicker. alternatively a "job offer" with letter from Employer and all the rigmarol that goes along with it.
Another long shot maybe an invitation to the funeral of a CLOSE Family member. In Canada you have to climb mountains these days and as a result one gets to know the "Roads less Travelled" maybe some of the members will be good enough to send you a Private Email with experience, similar, to give you.
I do know what it's like. not being able to have a family member be with you...for a simple visit!
i have been on the phone for hours on end trying to get information and i found out that my statis in the U.S. does not mean anything. it all depends on my sister in law. i feel that the process is very discouraging.
in Nicaragua i only needed a lawyer, good paper work and money and instantly i was a proud resident
NOT TO SURE BUT WHAT I OVER HEARD DURING MY LONG WAITS IN LINE AT THE EMBASSY WAS TO GET A WORK VISA WAS EASIER THAN A VISITORS VISA
Is she an adult, does she have a passport, can you or her afford a ticket?
i would buy the ticket for her and see that she goes back after Christmas. she went to the U.S. Embassy about six months ago and she was denied a visa. i was wondering what we could do differently.
What do they say at the U.S. Immigration? I can tell you about Canada
however, you are a long way from the Border.
Providence seems to have ordained the United States to plague Latin America with misery in the name of freedom.
— Simon Bolivar, 1829