B Visa

Visit visa for my parents

Your parents can apply for a tourist visa on their own. There is no law that they must be invited.

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B-2 visa

I think if you wait till you have a steady job and roots in Canada, and then apply to visit USA, you should have a better chance.

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B Visa Refusal Statistics for 2010

The following statistics released by USDOS note the percentage of B visas that were refused by US consulates world-wide.

Afghanistan 56.0%
Albania 37.7%
Algeria 21.9%
Andorra 100.0%
Angola 21.4%
Antigua and Barbuda 19.7%
Argentina 3.1%
Armenia 51.4%
Australia 23.7%
Austria 11.5%
Azerbaijan 13.5%
Bahrain 4.1%
Bangladesh 36.4%
Barbados 10.2%
Belarus 19.7%
Belgium 13.2%
Belize 33.4%
Benin 39.7%
Bhutan 64.1%
Bolivia 23.8%

B-2 to B-1

I believe you can take training on B-2 as long as your main purpose of stay in USA is is still medical treatment. Getting paid may be a bad idea.

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Parents B-2 Visa

I dont see much difference in the two (as long as we are truthful with the consulate). Option b may be slightly better because you would already have the L/H visa.

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Mother's visa expires - reentry

A trip back after just 10 days is likely to be problematic. She can be declined entry because the govt. Can view this is an abuse of B visa in that she is staying in USA more than she is in her own home country.

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B1/B2

You should be able to get your green card. Do not travel outside USA until you do. I would suggest getting a lawyer.

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B-1/ B-2 for business

B-1/B-2 seems to be the correct visa.

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Visit visa and work

This could be viewed as fraud by the government.

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My wife filed for Skilled Worker

There is nothing in law that stops you from getting an NIV. But grant of visas like B-1/B-2 is completely discretionary.

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