For those nationalities dealing with travel ban issues at their IV interview, is it true that an attorney can provide a 'waiver package' to take to interview and get exempted? Or is this decision solely made by the officer at embassy and s/he is the one who requests a waiver? I am trying to see if it's worth to spend couple of thousand dollars for such a service from an attorney.
Frankly, there are mixed reports as to the requirement of the waiver package, the helpfulness of the waiver package, and the US consul officer later request of a waiver package. All with some success.
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