You cannot extend your stay in the United States on a Visa Waiver

Posted by Camilo Espinosa on November 29, 2013

If you came to the United States on a road trip and you are on a Visa Waiver Program, you may not request an extension of your visa. Once you are admitted to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), you may not change or extend your non-immigrant status

unless there is a real emergency. In addition, if your admission is denied, you have no right to administrative or judicial review.

VWP travelers who have been admitted to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program and who make a short trip to Canada, Mexico or an adjacent island generally can be readmitted to the United States under the VWP for the original admission period, which means that the U.S. government will not issue a new I-94 time period for you to be in the United States. As a

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result, a short trip to Mexico will not give you a new VWP to travel back into the United States. In addition, the rules on Visa Waiver Program are very strict and any violation will immediately eliminate you from VWP.

Please contact one of our attorneys from LOIGICA, P.A. to help you with your visa. We will assist you during all your immigration procedure, from the beginning until you obtain the right visa for your case. We look forward to helping you.

Topics: Immigration Law