What kind of visa can I get after deportation?
You might also qualify for a nonimmigrant visa, such as a tourist visa or a student visa. To do any of these, however, you would need to apply for a waiver that could “forgive” your prior removal order and give you permission to reenter the U.S. with the visa or green card.
How can I change my visa from B2 to F1?
For example, if you arrived as a visitor with a B-2 visa, but want to enroll in a graduate school and have been accepted, you may file I-539 with the USCIS to change your status to F1 student. Note that “change of status” is different from “adjustment of status,” which allows an alien to become a permanent resident without having to leave the US.
What’s the difference between a NIV and a B2 visa?
Nonimmigrant visas (NIV) are issued to foreign nationals who intend to enter the U.S. for a temporary period of time, and for a specific purpose. For example, a B2 visa allows a visitor to enter the US as a tourist, but not as a student or worker. The visa holder must agree to leave before his or her authorized stay expires.
How long do you have to stay out of the US after being deported?
If you were ordered removed (or deported) from the U.S., you must remain outside of the country for five, ten, or 20 years, and in some cases, you may not be able to return to the U.S. at all. However, some deportees can return to the U.S. on a visa even before their required time outside the country expires.
How long can you stay in the US on a B1 / B2 visa?
If you are wondering how long you can stay in the US on a B1/B2 visa, we cannot give you an exact answer. That is because the embassy determines the duration of your stay. However, the overall maximum length of stay granted to most applicants is 1 year on a single entry.
Can a B1 visa be changed to a B2?
If changing the status of your B1/B2 visa is what you want, and you want to change it to a visa that allows you to stay in the United States for longer, you need to notify the officials at the embassy during your interview when you first apply.
When does Form I-94 expire for B1 / 2 visa?
Your Form I-94 states your visa status is B1/2 and that your status expires on October 4, 2019. You must leave the U.S. by October 4, 2019 (or request an extension or a change to another nonimmigrant status by that date) or you will be considered to be overstaying. What Happens if I Have Already Overstayed?
Can you get a B1 / B2 visa online?
The document cannot be obtained online, but the DS-160, the application form, can be filled in using an online visa service. iVisa will launch that service shortly. If you are wondering how long you can stay in the US on a B1/B2 visa, we cannot give you an exact answer. That is because the embassy determines the duration of your stay.