I'm United State citizen and 75 years old and 38 years California resident. My brother's daughter wanted to visit with me and help me (I m Diagnose prostate Cancer). She is living with her parents in Istanbul/Turkey and 32 years old. She is not working now (surgery recovery). She applied for visa last year but she did not get it. I'm covering her all expenses She also has enough money to travel.. While her visit I want her learn English. I need help.
Consult with an experienced lawyer in private about this. Cannot be properly & meaningfully done online. Most of us offer phone and/or Skype consultations to out of town clients and also work nights and weekends.
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Very difficult visitor visa application. Helping a US citizen is considered unauthorized employment on B.
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