me and my husband applied for extension after we entered usa by B2/B1 visa because the officer gave us one month and i had a health problem (caesarean ) so we needed longer stay than one month so applied for extension after one week from entry then we received the receipt notice and returned to our country after one month and half from entry , now more than 8 months passed and there is no reply yet about our extension and we dont know our situation now if we can enter usa again or not
The B-2 is abandoned if you left. You can send a letter to the address on the Receipt and confirm you left and wish to withdraw the extension. You can also check the electronic CBP I-94 website for your travel History and will probably see that they know you left.
The extension application is abandoned upon departure from the US. You have to apply for a new B2 visa, unless you had multiple entry visa. However, sometimes multiple entry visa is revoked when applicant files for an extension in the U.S.
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A visitor extension is abandoned by departure. There is no data base of visitor visas to check on visa validity.
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