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    i am confused right now... i was given 3 months
    B-2 visa by the department of state of consular office. and it does expired 2 months ago. but i was given 6 months stay at the point of entry listed in my INS l-94 form and it will expired soon. am i violating the law of immigration? what shall i do? can i change my nonimmigrant status from visitors to working visa? since there's an employer who would like to sponsor me. is it possible? what are we going to take to even extend my stay? which one is best for me? extension for visitors visa or change of status

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    i am confused right now... i was given 3 months
    B-2 visa by the department of state of consular office. and it does expired 2 months ago. but i was given 6 months stay at the point of entry listed in my INS l-94 form and it will expired soon. am i violating the law of immigration? what shall i do? can i change my nonimmigrant status from visitors to working visa? since there's an employer who would like to sponsor me. is it possible? what are we going to take to even extend my stay? which one is best for me? extension for visitors visa or change of status

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    • #3
      what's ur e-mail?

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      • #4
        You was given three month to travel to US. Means You can travel within three months ,the date of B1 visa issued, if you do not travel within three months then your visa expires and you have to obtain new visa if you want to travel gain.
        At the port of entry you got six month permission to stay in US. On or before six months expires, INS want you to leave the country, unless otherwise other arrangements are made..

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        • #5
          Employer can apply for you for H1B but you have to go back to stamp it. it cannot be changed here from B2 To H1B. you better not overstay, and leave within time frame OR extend the B2 GEt H1B approved then leave, Or go back within 6 month and let your employer send the aproved H1B to your native country and stamp it their and come back.

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          • #6
            my e-mail ad is shesar2000@aol.com. pls. e-mail further details about my status. i am waiting for you. tnx.

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            • #7
              Another good post by Mohan. This person should go back immediately to show that he respects the terms of his visa, and that he will probably respect the terms of another visa. Then, the employer can sponsor him, as Mohan says.

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