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In the summer of 2003 my parents decided to take my brothers and I to the US. I was 9 years old at the time. We entered the country legally with our visas, but exceeded our 6 month permit. I ended up staying in the US until May of 2014 (20 years old at the time). I left the country because I wanted to continue studying and it would be rather expensive to do so under such circumstances. I am now studying architecture here in Mexico, currently my second year. My family still lives in the US I was the only one who returned to Mexico. I want to reapply for a visa as I do have friends and family I would like to see. I never got into any sort of legal trouble with authorities the time I was there. And I really have no intentions of overstaying as I am devoted to my career. Now a lot of questions come to mind. Such as if there would be any sort of ban for my overstay (I really had no choice I was only a kid). Would that ban only come into effect for the time I overstayed after turning 18, so I would have overstayed 2 years in the US? Would the fact that my family still lives in the US affect my approval?