You can send her an affidavit of support. But most of the documents must come from her, to show she has an unabandoned foreign residence to which she intends to return.
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Mr. Berman is correct ... she needs documents from her home ... proving that she has strong 'ties' that will make her return home at the end of her SHORT visit in the US.
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Also, if there is an important event which is the reason she is coming, i.e. wedding, graduation etc. you can do an invitation letter indicating the reason she is coming to try to prove her non-immigrant intent.
I agree with my colleagues.
Ardian Gjoka, Esq.
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