The graduate told the attorney about that but the attorney couldn't make the process faster. The graduate has now overstayed the visa because the graduate had to wait for the next court date... ALSO, the graduate is completely innocent. Was falsely arrested/accused by his ex. The case is going to be dismissed without a trial, and the graduate never has been able to defend himself.
Since the graduate overstayed his visa, the graduate should have a 3 year penalty (more than 180 days, less than a year). However, what if the graduate can prove he was waiting for the court dates, will that change anything?
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