Records do not disappear unless they get lost, literally. If your mother has been denied that many times, I can assure you that they know. If she attempts to apply for a visa and denies knowledge of previous denials, they can actually call her a liar with good cause.
I suggest that you have a lawyer look into her past history with immigration. Being denied 7 times might not be a problem. I think the difficulty lies in proving that the reason for the denials has no basis.
Again, contact an attorney prior to applying for another visa.Ask a similar question
Her application still in the system, doesnt matter that she obtained a new passport. I would advised you to speak with immigration lawyer who can assist your mother.Ask a similar question
I think you are right - have an attorney to help her the next time she tries to come.
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If you are a US citizen, you can sponsor your mom for an immigrant visa. If there was no formal determination of fraud rendered, she will have good chances. Otherwise, she might need a waiver.
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