i saw and analyses deeply this FAQ at Leaving USA to Central America and coming back to reset a 90 day VWP? and i have one more doubt about the 90 days rule of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) just to be completly clear (i know that this is a very FAQ but i still have my concerns) and i hope that someone can help me.
I'm from Chile and I'm Medical Doctor. I want to travel from Santiago de Chile to the US for 5 weeks then i want to go to Costa Rica for 4 weeks more and then return to the US for 8 weeks more.
I have my VWP active untill November 2016 and my concern is the situacion when i want to go back to the US because my ticket home to Chile will be more than 90 days, actually will be like 120 days!!! (counting from my first arrival to the US).
When i will go back to the US from Costa Rica, will my VWP reset?
I know that there is nothing that can insurance 100% that the CBP officer in the airport will give me the pass for my re-entry to the US but how can i lower the risk that he or she deny it? For example, my ticket home to Chile? My ticket itinerary and travels in Central America? My current contract as a Medical Doctor in Chile? Something more that can be useful?
In the worst case (that i don't hope it at all!) what are the consecuenques of being a VWP breaker? besides of, eventually, being deported...
Thanks so much in advance!