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Return to US after Visitor Visa Extension

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Hi Everyone

Recently my mother came to US in Dec 2018th and stayed until Nov 2nd 2019, we applied for extension and it was approved. Now she is again planning to come to US after 6 months in May 2nd week of 2020. Is it advisable to come with a gap of 6 months would it create any immigration issues

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Hopefully she has a good reason as to why she is coming back after 6 months after a recent long trip. If she is doing this on a regular basis, they will definitely scrutinize her travel.

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A visitor is never "returning" to the US. A visitor visits. If she is returning to the US she can't do that on a visitor visa, she would need a Greencard.

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4 hours ago, JoeF said:

A visitor is never "returning" to the US. A visitor visits. If she is returning to the US she can't do that on a visitor visa, she would need a Greencard.

You might want to rethink what you said.

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On 2/24/2020 at 11:56 AM, Noah Lott said:

attempting to spend 18 months out of 24 in the US could easily result in visa revocation

So it is not advisable ?

On 2/24/2020 at 7:08 AM, User099 said:

Hopefully she has a good reason as to why she is coming back after 6 months after a recent long trip. If she is doing this on a regular basis, they will definitely scrutinize her travel.

she is coming back to see her grandson and visiting places. 

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2 hours ago, abhiiiiiiiiiiii said:

So it is not advisable ?

she is coming back to see her grandson and visiting places. 

She already "saw" her grandson for 9 months and now she is again coming to "see" her grandson again. Will she again apply for an extension since she still wants to "see" her grandson more? I can understand what is going on here, all I can say is that she (i.e. you) is abusing her B visa. 

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there is a good chance she will be sent home....a B2 visa is not to be used as a portable green card...nor is it permissible to use it to provide inexpensive child care.

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