My husband entered the U.S. in August 2013 on the VWP.
During his stay, we decided to get married. We were advised by a lawyer that he should stay and apply for a green card while he was in the U.S. instead of going back to Europe and applying from his home country.
Big mistake, I know, but we trusted the man we hired and thought everything would work out okay. After several months, we decided that things would be better for us if we left and lived in his country, so we did.
We have been living over here since March 2014. We have since had a baby, have two very good, permanent jobs and have set down our roots overseas, happily.
My husband's VWP expired the end of November 2013, so he only ended up overstaying by 94 days, but I understand that that is still considered a lengthy amount of time.
We would like to go back to the U.S. in the summer to visit my mother, and I know that my husband is now ineligible for the VWP because of his overstay. I know he needs to apply for the B2 visa.
What kind of documents can he provide to prove his ties to his country? How likely is it that he will get approved to travel?