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  1. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    May i request you any evidence regarding automatically nullified B2 visa after i94 overstayed in my case as in third scenario where alien departs from US before decision and extension subsequently denied which is- Not subject to 222(g).
  2. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    The only issue remain is -if B2 Visa electronically revoked once i94 overstayed in my case/in third scenario?
  3. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    Thanks for your suggestion: there are 3 scenarios. 1. Application approved-Not subject to 222(g) 2. Application denied- Subject to 222(g) 3. Alien left US before decision and subsequently denied; Not subject to 222(g) Therefore. This is the case. Alien admitted until specified date; submits a timely and non-frivolous application for extension or change of status; departs U.S. after expiration of Form I-94, but before a decision on the Form I-94 extension/change of status application.: Not subject to 222(g).
  4. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    Thanks for the info. I found the same laws online and an article clearly mentioning 3 scenarios. 1. Application approved-Not subject to 222(g) 2. Application denied- Subject to 222(g) 3. Alien left US before decision and subsequently denied; Not subject to 222(g)
  5. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    Sorry That's not the case.
  6. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    I think, we are deviating from the main issue. It's all about Overstay and automatic electronically revoke of B2 visa while the pending I539 petition not about work ?? [Though Sorry for the confusion, i just saw above i put the wrong fact mixed up main profession with political/ voluntary work, about visiting nonprofit on regular basis that's not the case. I take it back. *guy is professionally settled in India and also volunteered for a US nonprofit for some noble cause =no employee-employer relationship]
  7. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    Thanks for your reply; 1. Can my Visa be automatically electrically revoked once i overstay my i94 even if my timely filed i539 is pending?? Please Clarify.
  8. Ameet

    Overstay on B1/B2 Visa i539 pending.

    Thanks for your suggestions. Well 'm professionally settled for close to 15 years in India..and i graduated from a prestigious institution in the US and since than representing a US based nonprofit in India. When i was in the US last time i planned another one year executive prog. in cyber security and artificial intelligence therefore requested change of status. I believe, school attorney gave me wrong advice. He told me there was 90 days processing time for i539 as per USCIS website so file within US or i go back to India and take visa from there which is again would be risky and expensive as you will be back from the state recently. So better to wait here but things kept on lingering for another 8 months since my i94 expired. i was going to my office every working day in US but was not paid for that. There was another loss of personal savings. The only thing i 'm concerned that If my Visa has been electronically revoked? therefore i can't enter in the State even if i plan to travel..please clarify " Electronically revocation of Visa " in my case??
  9. Hi guys.. I have 10 years multiple entry B1/B2 visa to the US. Last time when i traveled to the US, there was 250 days overstay on timely filled i539 change of status petition after i94 expired. I got 2 RFEs which were timely complied and kept waited for the decision. But later, I left for India due to family emergency. After one month i got an intimation from the USCIS that my petition has been abandoned & denied as i have already left the United States. It's close to 3 years now and i have a plan to visit US next month.1. Can i travel/ enter on the same B1/B2 visa to the United States or i need to get the new one ? 2. Whether my overstay during the pendency of timely filled i539 petition is protected under Law and any waiver apply to that?? 3. What all issues i have to face at the time of entry at the port? Please suggest. Thanks for your suggestions in advance.
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