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    Hi guys, I need help for another situation! If someone overstayed their tourist visa (for 7 years) and wants to return to the states what options does he have?? Here's the situation: Ovbtained a tourist visa when 2o years old, overstayed for 7 seven years. Returned to home country, hates it there. No qualifying family here, only distant relatives. Mom is a US citizen, but lives overseas. He is 30 years old now and wants to return to America.
    No criminal record, no other inadmissibility issues, just the overstay. Is there any way he can immigrate here permanently with these conditions? What about temporary? If a non immigrant visa is the only option, how do you apply for the waiver and what are the form numbers? Sorry a little complex, thanks for the input!

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    Hi guys, I need help for another situation! If someone overstayed their tourist visa (for 7 years) and wants to return to the states what options does he have?? Here's the situation: Ovbtained a tourist visa when 2o years old, overstayed for 7 seven years. Returned to home country, hates it there. No qualifying family here, only distant relatives. Mom is a US citizen, but lives overseas. He is 30 years old now and wants to return to America.
    No criminal record, no other inadmissibility issues, just the overstay. Is there any way he can immigrate here permanently with these conditions? What about temporary? If a non immigrant visa is the only option, how do you apply for the waiver and what are the form numbers? Sorry a little complex, thanks for the input!

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    • #3
      Typing so fast.....supposed to say help, not elp, sorry!

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      • #4
        Yes, I was aware of the ban. I was inquiring as to what other options there were with a waiver for either permanent or non permanant immigration. I know about the waivers for the immigrant visa, but what about waiver for the non immigrant visa, like for school or work?

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        • #5
          His mom is a USC, but lives overseas.
          What about for a student visa?

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          • #6
            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by davdah:
            Don't think there are any. The waivers were done due to family separation issues. Which apply to immigrant only for the most part. If the mom or dad were USC prior to birth he may have a shot even if he was born over seas. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

            Whatever happened to: if you do not know the answer to the question , then just do not answer it?


            Yes there are waivers for non immigrant visa. In fact, some have come to usa on non immigrant visa with waiver, and their previous ban (immigrant visa) had not been served completely . situations and circumstances play a big part.

            read here



            What an unfortunate situation of bad choices he made. When did the mother obtain usc status?

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            • #7
              Hey, thanks 4now. Yeah, I agree, dumb choice to overstay the visa. He was really young and was given some bad info about having some kind of legal right to be here because his mom was a USC. He actually went back to apply there and was turned down because mom did not have domicile in the US. Plus I think he is too old to apply under mom. I'm honestly not sure when mom became a USC. I'll have to find out.
              Other than a qualifying relative, is there any other way he can legally immigrate, either permamnetly or temporarily? I know he's under the 10 year ban, so even in ten years, what choices will be available to him?
              Thanx for the article btw, it helped.

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              • #8
                Davdah,
                All of his family are there and he does have strong ties to his country (job, property, family).

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                • #9
                  4now,
                  I reread the article and could not find the name of the form for the waiver to use. Do you have a USCIS form number that is used for this type of waiver? There's not alot of info out there on these types of waivers, but they don't seem that hard to get if you meet the criteria.

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                  • #10
                    He can apply for any immigrant or non-immigrant visa, but he needs a waiver approved to get any of them, student, diversity visa, H1B, etc.

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                    • #11
                      to even think about a waiver, this dirtbag would have to be qualified for whatever kind of visa he was asking for...tourist? who would believe him when he says he'll go back to his own country? STudent? same thing. H1B...limited supply and one generally must have a college degree (oops)...and in this economy, who is going to make an effort to hire this person?
                      And the tired excuse "he got bad advice" is pure BS....no one overstays by 7 seven years because they took 'bad advice.' How about 'irresponsibility?' How about no respect for our laws? Who needs this clown?

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                      • #12
                        and since this douchebag got his visa when he was 20 (apparently) he was an adult...capable of making his own decisions....and he told the embassy and the border officials he was going to stay a couple of weeks or so....sounds like he lied numerous times....(no surprise there)...why are we to feel sorry for this visa cheat and liar? Who is supposed to believe anything or any story that he tells in order to try and get a visa? Is the US of A going to be worse off because this dufus is chilling out somewhere else? How?

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                        • #13
                          Those Of Desperation, Tricky, Tricky, Tricky. If They Do Have Honest, Respectful Intentions??? the here and Now Makes It Even More difficult! The words Always Seem to suggest Desperation. The Words Always Point to the USC as He/Her. Not Very Connected. As If The USC Or PR Is Tool??? Words Deliver Many Things. I Just Watch!!!
                          USC and Legal, Honest Immigrant Alike Must Fight Against Those That Deceive and Disrupt A Place Of Desirability! All Are Victims of Fraud, Both USC and Honest Immigrant Alike! The bad can and does make it more difficult for the good! Be careful who y

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                          • #14
                            I can understand your feelings to a certain extent Someone12. But this guy is not a bad person...A little irresponsible maybe, but not someone who should be refused enrty to the US over this, at least not in my opnion. I do think that many people should be refused entry but this guy has no criminal record, no other inadmissibilities except for the overstay, but I have a feeling you bunch up all people together into one big "dirtbag" category no matter how big or small their offense is. Well, I respect your opinion, even though I do not agree with your harshness. Thank you for contributing to this thread.

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                            • #15
                              @Federale:
                              What type of immigrnt visa do you think he could qualify for without any qualifying relatives?

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