I am on H4 visa and living in the US since last 3 years. I have a question about possibility of a rejection for a multiple entry tourist visa for my sister.
My parents are in late 50s, both working (one part time in private sector, one full time in a government sector, both due to retire in a a year). They own a home and have their parents to care for. Myself and my sister are the only 2 kids. My sister is an unmarried dental Masters student (2 yrs education remaining) - thus economically dependent on my parents. My parents and sister had visited a few other countries for tourism in the last couple of years Now, my parents will be for applying for a self sponsored multiple entry US visa ( I guess, with above mentioned background they have a lesser chances for rejection as lots of ties back to home country). Sister would be also applying with my parents, with parents as sponsor. The main concern is about sister's visa approval since she is in medical/dental profession, and unmarried, and not working. The US trip in sometime after a year, but want to apply for visa now (when working) so as to have good chance of getting a multiple entry (10 yr) visa right now (including my sister since she is dependent and applying along with parents). So questions regarding my sister's case are: 1.What will be her chances of tourist visa denial? 2. Is it a good idea to apply with parents, or separately? 3. If this visa gets rejected, how badly will it impact for applying for F1, H4 or multiple entry tourist visa in future (if needed)? I highly apeerciate your help!