My parents are visiting me this April . They have multiple entry B2 Visa(Visitors Visa) I have booked their flight tickets from April 3 2018(landing day n USA) to Oct 1 2018. Their duration in USA is less than 6 months but one day more than 180 days. Is this going to be a problem?
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May be. If they get less than 6 months of authorized stay.
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