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Yes, you are eligible to apply for a visitor visa. But unfortunately, there is no guarantee that you will be approved for the visa. But you do have two things working for you: 1) the fact that you own your own business in Mexico, and 2) the fact that you have employment in Mexico.
Also, presumably, you have a home in Mexico as well, which also is helpful. And if you have family in Mexico that depends on you, then you also have that working for you. But the more things you can show evidence of that will cause you to return to Mexico, the better your chances of getting a visa.
You do not need an attorney to help you with this, but I think an attorney can help you best prepare your application, for the greatest chances of success.
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