No, and no again.
Schedule a consultation with a competent immigration lawyer in your area to analyze your situation and discuss your options.
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As a visitor B, it is not likely you will receive more than one extension and travel to the US for a six month period every six months may also be challenged. I agree with my colleague, you should set up a consultation with an immigration attorney to explore your possibilities.