I CAME TO UNITED STATES ON B2 VISA AS A VISITOR ON 25TH OF JULY. I WENT TO COSTA RICA ON 14TH OF SEPTEMBER AND CAME BACK TO UNITED STATES ON 18TH OF SEPTEMBER AND I GOT AN ENTRY OF 6 MONTHS AGAIN. MY ENTRY WAS VALID TILL 17TH OF MARCH. I GOT MARRIED TO MY WIFE I.E. US CITIZEN ON 10TH OF MARCH. AND AT THE SAME TIME I DID APPLY FOR MY EXTENSION OF B2 VISA ON 5TH OF MARCH WHICH WAS ACCEPTED BY USCIS ON 12TH OF MARCH. MY WIFE WILL SUBMIT MY CASE INCLUDING ALL THE FORMS THIS WEEK. THE QUESTION IS IF I SUBMIT MY CASE TILL 23RD OF MARCH AND I GET MY WORK PERMIT WITHIN 90 DAYS WHAT IF MY EXTENSION GETS DENIED THEN? ONE OF FRINEDS TOLD ME YOU'LL BE OUT OF STATUS SINCE 17TH OF MARCH AND YOU'LL BE PUT IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS, NO MATTER YOU HAVE A WORK PERMIT AND YOU ARE MARRIED TO US CITIZEN. HE SAID YOU SHOULD HAVE SUBMITTED YOUR CASE BEFORE 17TH OF MARCH.
You made a legal entry each time and as such, you marriage to a U.S. Citizen is going to provide you with protection not afforded most. Speak to an immigration attorney for legal advise, not your friend.
Please calm down you will be ok you Married a U S Citizen. Please consult with an immigration attorney directly about this matter.
JUST BECAUSE I ANSWER YOUR QUESTION, THAT DOES NOT MAKE YOU MY CLIENT.
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