Q: Would there be any issue with immigration in the US for my parents?
My parents are planning to visit the US (they have a B2 visa). They will be staying here with me for a couple of weeks and then will leave for Canada (they have a Canadian visit visa too).
Another question I have is, My parents will stay in Canada for 3-4 months and then visit me again for a couple of months in 2022. Would there be any issue with immigration then?
A: It is always the discretion of the Border Patrol Officer to determine whether a foreigner applying to enter the US should be admitted under the requirements for the visa category that the foreigner has at the time of the application for admission to the US. So for a tourist (among other general requirements such as no criminal history, good health, etc), this means proving to the officer that the foreigner is coming to the US temporarily, can support him/herself while in the US, and fully intends to return to their home country after the temporary visit. You don't mention any facts that may be "problematic" and travel to Canada itself is not a problem as long as their B2 visa is still valid at the time that they plan to return to the US. If you have additional facts that may complicate the matter, I recommend doing a paid consultation with an experienced immigration attorney. Best wishes!
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