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If you married a foreign man who overstayed his visitor visa for several years and he went back to his home country to visit for several months will he be able to return to the US without problems?

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2015-07-16 18:25:03
2015-07-16 18:25:03

The USCIS or U.S. consulate/embassy might deny him a visa and give him a penalty of 10 years without being eligible for a visa. Being married to you (a U.S. citizen?) might help him, but don't count on it.

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