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United States Visa: What Happens If You Stay Illegally?  - Travel - Life

United States Visa: What Happens If You Stay Illegally? – Travel – Life

Entering a country has always been a matter of considerable concern, especially when it comes United States.

Permits, documents and recommendations are not simply a process, but they carry a lot of legal weight.

A visa is an authorization issued to enter a country. In fact, this document indicates the time of stay and the date of departure.

When issuing a visa, it is best to comply with established requirements and avoid violating them at all costs.

What happens if you decide to violate Visa time limit, One day?

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Consequences of staying longer than allowed

If you do not have a permanent resident visa, it is best to adhere to the dates.

According to exclusive websites, he immediately becomes undocumented as he spends more time in the country.

So immigration officials need to take action, and if you are found, you will most likely be deported.

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“After that time you will not be allowed to enter the United States for 3 years, and if you cross it for a year or more, it will not be allowed for 10 years,” the ‘Abogado.com’ portal said.

Often, if you want to re-enter the country, you will be denied and lose your right to travel again. United States.

How will the authorities find out where you are staying?

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It should be noted that it is difficult to avoid power at present. In fact, immigration control has a security database called ‘TECS’.

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According to the special portal ‘thoughtco’, the system is “a place where various agencies enter information so that CBP officials can verify every foreigner who wants to enter the country.”

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Among them: “FBI, US embassies and consulates, courts and local and state police”, the media reported.

In short, even for a day, violating the deadline will put you in a complicated situation and rob you of all rights to enter the country in about 3 to 10 years depending on the crime.

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