My wife had a B1/B2 from 2001 - 2006, then she got a F1 visa from 2006-2011 November, but in March 2011 she moved to India and we got married.
I have a sister in the US. she has a brother in the US. both are green card holders.
Today she went for Interview, and all the officer did is go through her passport, asked her how long does she plan to go, she said 3 weeks, she asked what do you do in India? She said im a home maker and also am working part time with my husband who is right now training me. Then she asked whats your salary annually, my wife said 3 lacs, and husband is 21 lac, and the officer said sorry I am not able to give you a visa today. She just gave a 214(b) letter.
Can anyone help what can I do? And how is husband and married not enough as social ties?
It is a discretionary decision.
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Reapply with strong evidence of ties to your country.
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