t’s been 2 years ago , I got a visit visa B1.B2 when I came to usa Florida miami airport the officer gave me 6 months but she asked me how long your gonna stay, I said one month but I stayed 6 months ,before one day the 6 months end I left to be legal , and i had only one a petit theft case and it was misunderstanding the attorney ended the case while im in my home country because i had to leave usa before the court date because i dont want to overstay my visa the stamp admission date on my visa was for 6 march and i left in 5 march to be legal , The sentence was withheld adjudication (no conviction)
When I left at airport the officer was waiting on door plane and questioned me why u lied and stayed 6 months,
then she wrote my information in her note book then she said after this visa will expire u can apply for a new one in your home country , but my visa will expire in 2021 and she didnt put stamp on my visa and she didnt scratch or wrote any thing on my visa ,
You will be denied a visa based on your overstay and your developed criminal history of a crime of Moral Turpitude in the U.S.
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