You do not apply for another's visitor visa. They apply themselves at the Consulate.
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You/your mom may submit an application online for a visitor visa but the application is around your mother rather than you.
If you have specific concerns, it may be best to speak with an immigration attorney to assure you have shared all relevant information.
Your mother can apply for a visitor visa on her own through the showing of sufficient familial and financial ties to her home country. Consider consult with an attorney for guidance.
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