There's a long list of laws about inadmissibility, most of which do not apply to the majority of immigrant visa applicants. The most common are: criminal convictions, health conditions such as TB, STDs, alcholism and a history of illegal drug usage, lying to immigration officers and living in the U.S. illegally. You have not provided sufficient information to know whether any would apply
It really depends on the facts of the case and the officer.
If you are concerned, you can talk to an attorney to get more insight
I agree with my colleague.
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I agree with Mr. Brinkmeier
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