You should post this in the immigration forum.
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Reposted in immigration. Good luck
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If you departed U.S. then explain your overstay at the time of entry just the way you are explaining here and have the documents ready in case there is any issue. Best Wishes!
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I would pursue Attorney Haran's recommendation if I were you. If you run into further problems, contact a local area Immigration attorney in your home state to help you.
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There is a good chance they will not even know you overstayed, so next time you come back don't mention it unless they ask. The y sometimes lose I-94 forms. Be prepared though with all records about your surgery and payment and plane ticket and everything when you come in - IN CASE they do ask. good luck
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