Hi, my name is John and I have a couple of concerns about my parents-in-law coming to see us (me and my wife ) in the United States. I am currently serving in the Army reserves, hold a U.S citizenship, and my wife is a permanent resident with eligibility to file for citizenship. Now, here’s the thing, recently, my wife’s parents received B1/b2 visa to come to the U.S.A. The reason we would like them to come is because my wife is currently pregnant and for her is a very big help for her parents to be with her. Mind you, there is no intent for her parents to stay permanently here in the U.S. they will go back to China before their maximum amount of stay reaches which is 6 months, the maximum allowable stay for b1/b2 visas as far as I know. But we would like them to come again for the birth of the baby And stay for another 5 months in as little as 1 month being in their home country. I guess this is a way for my parents-in-law to just be of help while my wife is pregnant, especially because they know how to cook and me and my wife do not really have family around to help out or be by our side. Any advise on how it might be of better approach to do this or opinions, for my parents-in-law to keep coming back without issues ?. I would highly appreciate it, and again, they have no intentions of living here in the U.S.A. Thank you so much in advance for any responses.