I have posted a few threads in immigration issues over the past few weeks about my Australian girlfriend who wants to visit the U.S. after running into immigration trouble in the past. Since I see the same few people replying to these threads I don't think I need to explain her entire case again. All that is really needed to explain here is that I've talked to an immigration attorney who confirmed that she has no bar from entry, just a ban from visa waiver system. He also warned her that it is very unlikely that a visa application for tourism will be approved.
I was just wondering how she is supposed to enter America again if she has no bar, but also has slim chances of getting a visa? Is there anything she can do to increase the odds of a visa approval? Would things such as proof of employment, family, car ownership, and other ties to Australia be enough evidence to convince a Consulate that she doesn't intend to stay in the U.S.? The reason I don't ask the attorney is because he decided to start charging me for any further information, but I'm extremely confused how she can get back into the U.S. for the summer.