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I know there are similar questions posted, but I need to ask because every question is different. The difference is, I think, the amount of time one can spend in Canada before going back to US. The US says it has to be a "relative amount of time" but no one knows how long. Maybe 2 months is a good time? According to experiences? Or the difference of entering by land with my own car?
We have been travelling with my husband on our camper van from Argentina all the way to Canda, I stayed in the US a 2months and a half and tried to renew the Visa Waiver by flying to Canada for the weekend to visit family (which of course I didn't know wasn't possible.) Immigration on the way back to the US wouldn't renew my 90 day stay, (they said unless I went back to my country of residence) so when I got to NYC we packed and left with our car before my time expired. So I left OK.
Now we have been in Canada for a month, and I intend to stay for one more month, but would like to get our car shipped home to Argentina from the US. By the time we leave, I will have stayed in Canada for 2 or 2 months and a half.
Do you think they will let me in the US to get to Baltimore to ship the car? We would have our plane tickets back of course and proof of the car shipment, but it seems like sometimes they don't care what you have, like they already have made their decision at the border. Should I stay longer?
Or, Plan B, would I be able to fly to Argentina with a stop in the US? (Because we fly with American Airlines.)