Extending Your Stay in the United States - E-Newsletter January 20, 2010


Extending Your Stay in the United States

Individuals entering the US with nonimmigrant visas are provided an Arrival-Departure Record (commonly referred to as the I-94 card) that lists the type of visa they were admitted to the country with and the date they are required to leave the US and return home. Individuals who fail to leave by their departure date face serious penalties, including deportation.

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