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ashton 04-28-2006 09:38 PM

I-192 App for Mother overstayed her visa
 
Anyone who can answer my question ,

My mother been in the USA back in 1998 and overstayed (180 dys) after I applied for an Extension which was approved for another 6 mths,only because she had to go on an emergency surgery etc, after that she decided to stay little longer until she felt better to travel back .

Her Visa is good until 2008 and would like to come back in June to visit for medical attention , also getting a doctor letters her confirming that she will be here for medical attention and then to return back.

Question would she have any problem at the POE , how can USCIS tell that she overstayed ? being that is only coming in for medical service would they allowed her in ? What are her chances ?

Just found out that I can File a App of I-192 which will give her an Approval or deinal to re-enter at the POE , has anyone file this kind of App before ?


Ashton
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ActionNow 04-29-2006 02:36 PM

Just a heads up for you. Somebody I know was sent back from LAX a few months ago. She is the mother of a GC holder. Been coming to the U.S to visit him regularly on a multiple entry visit visa. She always went back within the validity of the visa. However, the last time she was here approx a year ago, she overstayed for a couple of weeks (waiting for a response on her application for visa extension). The denial came a few days after her stay period expired and she left within a few days of having recd the denial. This time around, when she came, they stopped her at LAX and specifically cited the overstay last time and denied her entry. She had to fly back to India on the same plane that brought her in.

Obviously every case is different and in your case your mother last came in 1998. They may or may not have the information in their system. Or other things like the PP # (after renewals etc) may be different. In any case, it is always a good idea to get pre-approval if possible.

All the best!

asiandude2 04-29-2006 05:29 PM

Ashton,

I don't know the answer to your problem, but would appreciate if you can provide me some information. My qs is how did you pay for your mother's surgery i.e. out of your own pocket or some medical insurance.

I would really appreciate if you could provide me details as it will help me plan for a medical emergency in my family. You can reply here or through a private message.

Thank you


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