If the consular official believes that your friend intends to immigrate to the U.S., then the answer is no. Your friend will have to overcome a presumption that she intends to immigrate. This is easier for some, but not for others. If a consular official has reason to believe that your friend intends to stay in the U.S., then a non-immigrant visitors visa can be properly denied as a matter of discretion.
You can provide her with what is called an affidavit of support to prove that she has a place to stay while she visits and can support herself through your income. Some friends will also prepare invitations to visit for someone, so that an applicant can be convinced of the reason for the visit.
If there are any further concerns, then you may want to schedule an appointment or teleconference with a candid and experienced immigration attorney.
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