Applying for a tourist visa extension is more complex than just filling out a form. You have to be eligible for an extension and evidence. Consult an immigration attorney before you apply.
Pay attention to details, I would file it no less than a week before, and send certified mail. Show proof you will not need top work in the US but can support yourself and most importantly, show proof you will leave the US and intend to return home. A lawyer can help you do this properly
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Typically all extensions should be filed 90 days before the expiration of your current I-94. However the latest you can file an extension is either on or before the expiration of your current I-94.
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Your answer is unclear. If you are asking about the visa stamp, when to renew it is entirely up to you. If you are asking about the I-94, you must apply for the extension before the I-94 expires.
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How long is your authorized stay? Why do you want to extend it?
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