will depend on the CBP officer, if driving, be prepared to spend some time at inspections, but it may go very fast and smooth
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No, I do not see a problem unless they have been spending significantly more time in the US than you stated above. WIth a B2 visa, they can come to the US (across any border) for up to 6 months at a time. The problem we see is when a person comes on a b2 visa, leaves at 6 months, then returns shortly thereafter for another long period of time appearing to have immigrant intent.Ask a similar question
I would like to add that they should take any documentaiton showing their stay in the United States will be brief (ticket to Brazil already in hand and bought, showing when they plan on leaving). Good luck!Ask a similar question
They should not have any problems. Just follow the advice of attorneys who provided answers to your question!
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A person from Brazil needs a visa to come to the U.S. If they do not have the required admission document, you cannot try to bring them into the U.S. by car, nor plane.
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