You start with an invitation, which she uses to go to the consulate and request a visa. An attorney can help you, though it doesn't mean it is guaranteed.
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Consulates are much more lenient in issuing visitor visas to elderly ladies, for they know full well that at her age she is not going to 'compete with an American worker.."
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You may prepare an invitation package for her with an invitation letter and an affidavit of support, Form I-134, attaching your financial documentation, and your niece will have to bring this package to the embassy when she goes to the interview. Please note that she must first make an application for a visitor's visa.
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