It depends on what status you are changing to.
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You should meet with an experienced immigration law attorney to discuss your options. You need to identify what status you will be seeking in order to obtain information about the forms and documents needed for your case. Your tags for this question indicate both B-1 visa and Visa extension. Each option would require different recommendations.
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