Hi.. Me & my son are L2 visa holder & our visa & I-94 expiers on June-2013, but my husband (LI visa holder ) have I-94 till Feb- 2014 but his Visa also expires on June-2013 & he will be staying here on his I-94 date. My question is
1. Can I apply for my & my son's I-94 extension depending on his I-94 date
2. If yes how early I can apply?
3. Does my husband has to apply for his Visa extension in order to get our I-94 extension?
4. some where I saw that my husband has to apply for L1 visa petion to extend our I-94 date , what is that ?
I am really cofused pls help
The I-94 controls the status in the US.
2. 6 months before status expires;
4. Nothing like that.
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First, if yo u are in the US , your I-94 controls as does your spouse's I-94
2. generally 6 months
4. no, but you will need to s how he is still in status and you are still married
Hiring a lawyer will surely help you
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2. Up to six months prior to the expiration of the I-94
3. He must be maintaining valid L-1 status
4. See 3.
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