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How to get a visa for disabled person to the US?

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A disability will not prevent a person from getting a visa. A disabled person is able to have a person to assist in the consulate.

But the sponsor or applicant themselves would be liable for his medical expenses while in the US. Other than this the process is as the same for everyone else.
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