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First, how long you were admitted for is determine the I-94 granted to you when you entered the US. I-94s granted at entry are electronic these days, and you can look up yours at https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/ . The date on your I-94 is usually also written below the entry stamp, but sometimes they forget to write it there, or write it wrong, so always check your ...


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US Visas are a little different to those from many other countries. You must enter the country before the expiry date on your visa - which is likely at least 1 year after the visa was issued (possibly 5 years or more). When you enter the country you will be given a time period that you can stay for, which is generally 6 months from the date that you enter. ...


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Several months It's up to you She can stay until the I-94 expiration date. (It's also highly unlikely to be decided in 2 months.) She is "out of status" when the I-94 expires, but "out of status" doesn't matter. If her Extension of Status is denied after her I-94 expires, she starts accruing "unlawful presence" immediately ...


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I contacted the CBP through the Trusted Traveler Sentri contact email to ask them. Their answer was short and to the point: Unfortunately you will not be allowed to enter the U.S. without having your valid New Zealand passport. I took this period of travel restrictions due to Covid-19 to renew the passports (since I'm currently not allowed to cross the ...


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