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Can a visa be rejected because of an overstay of a family member (not applying for the visa)?

Discussion in 'General H-1 and H-3 Visa and Related Issues' started by littleadv, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. littleadv

    littleadv Registered Users (C)

    In case there's a sibling in the US in an overstay, can a visa application be rejected? If applicant himself doesn't have any immigration issues and have a genuine H1B approval - should he be worried because of the sibling refusing to leave the US?
     
  2. hazelickes

    hazelickes Registered Users (C)

    You or him will not have a problem until you let USCIS know that you will have to depend on him for some reason
     

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