This is a question you should find an attorney hose practice is limited to both family law and immigration, nothing else. Those two combined areas in one attorney will suit you best.
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This is a question to post in the immigration section.
This advice is not meant to create an attorney-client relationship and is a general anwer to the question posed.
This is less a divorce question than an immigration question. A B2 is a tourist visa... it can not be extended under most circumstances. You should discuss your situation in detail with an immigration attorney.
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