After the March Immigration Rules changes, if I overstay my Student (D/S) Visa but I will not work or study, only being here with my partner. What consequences would I face with immigration? And how could I adjust my status later? Would my family suffer retaliation to come to the U.S. because I overstayed? Is there any "Benefits" between someone that is admitted but overstayed and someone that simply crossed the board?
To start you would be breaking the law.
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Same as if your stay's time limits were indicated clearly on our I-94. You overstay and you will be found, detained and deported unless there is an independent reason for you to stay in this county.
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You would be out of status. The longer you are out the greater the consequences. I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney who can provide you guidance in this matter.
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As an overstay you are subject to removal at any time. You can adjust your status later if you are an immediate relative. family would not suffer retaliation, but they could be denied visas because of your violation. benefits would be that you MAY have a greater chance of adjusting status. You should meet with an immigration attorney.
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