I came in US with student visa. When I applied for visa I showed in embassy that I have a brother. Now my brother also wants to apply as student visa. Since I am married now and living separately, my brother is the only son that my parents will support for financial aid. My question is that is it okey if my brother show that he is the only one child in the family and not showing me as a sister. When I first applied I showed him as a brother but now if my brother don't show me as a sister then will the embassy know about it. Or will there be any problem?
To this date I have never seen a legitimate reason to submit false information to the United States. The honest response is what you just said, that because you are married your parents aren't going to be supporting you financially. Based on what you said, when he applies, having a married sister wont prevent him from going to school.
It is important that all answers in USCIS /DOS applications be answered accurately and honestly because the document has to be signed with the statement such has been provided truthfully. It is better to state the truth and explain it out than not state and be presumed to have lied to obtain immigration benefits.
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No ethical attorney will tell you to lie to any government agency. Be CAREFUL!!!
Your brother needs to be truthful in answering the questions on the visa application.
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