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My partner was refused an american visa under section 214(b)We

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My partner was refused an american visa under section 214(b)
We wanted to travel to Hawaii for one week for a simple holiday. The consular gave the following reasons:
1. she has no job
2. she is on benefits
3. she has never travelled before
I would l like to reapply for the same visa and would just like to know is there anything we can do different or provide to the consular to get the visa.
I am her fiancee and I am a british citizen so I will have no problem getting a visa as I have been America several times. But my partner is not a british citizen and only has a residence permit. She is also the mother to my child we just had hence why she does not work.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: US Law
Expert:  Guillermo Senmartin replied 3 years ago.

Hello and thank you for using our service. My name is***** and I am a licensed attorney and will try my best to help you. Believe me that I will try my best to give you a solution if one exists, but sometimes the law does not have a good one. Also, we have been having technical issues lately. If you respond and you do not see your response, please post again until you can see it because if you cannot see it, I cannot see it to respond.

I will provide you with two links that may be helpful. The first is to an article that will explain what they look for when issuing a non-immigrant visa like the B-2. The second is a list of things that she can present to prove non-immigrant intent and the strong ties to her home.

http://www.ilw.com/articles/2009,0528-schwartz.shtm

https://help.cbp.gov/ci/fattach/get/46680/0/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzk3NDE3MzcxL3NpZC85M1BEQ0lSbA==/filename/Intentions+and+Ties.pdf

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Expert:  Guillermo Senmartin replied 3 years ago.
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