My mother and I went to the United States last year. But after a month, I went home to my country in the Philippines and my mother overstayed her visa, because she was diagnosed with cancer and she ran out of time extending her stay, because of her immediate treatment. Now, one year later, I'm planning to visit my mother again and bring her home back to my country.
Can this situation affect my ability to enter the US? what questions would I expect and is it possible to get in the United States?
I'm only 17 years old, and I researched that I need a letter of consent from my parents allowing me to travel to United States (which is currently taken care of) and my question is does the letter affect my questions in the port of entry?
Does the DHS know that my mother overstayed and can the POE officer look that up in their database?
I know there is a high chance that I will be denied in the port of entry, but I'm looking forward to have hope that I can see my mother again.