If you did not overstay and do not have a green card, you may be granted a travel visa. The way to find out is to apply for a travel visa. Your history in the U.S. will be reviewed.
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I am not sure any of us can give you an advice on this issue. The consulate decision is discretionary. You need to convince the consulate official that you are not going to stay here beyond the welcome extended; have ties to your current country and a life in there to which you wil be likely to return.
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