The judge agrees the voluntary departure for Taiwanese if s/he can use visa-free back to the US again?
thank you so much
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There is no judge. If a person is on a visa waiver, they may be removed without going to any immigration court. Overstaying will disqualify a visa waiver from using the program again in the future, so no, they may not return without getting a visa.
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It will be difficult for your friend to obtain a non-immigrant visa in the future because he/she has shown immigration intent by overstaying his/her visa and possibly working without authorization.
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No, you friend won't be able to enter the US on the visa waiver program any more.
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