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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belarus

CALIFORNIA, United States—Julian has been a green card holder for many years. He has always been able to enter and depart from the US while maintaining a business establishment in Manila. Unlike most green card holders, Julian spends only one or two months in the US every year and the rest of his time is spent in Manila to run his business.

Allan, on the other hand, is a holder of a “tourist” visa. He has been using his visa to enter the US over the years. During some of his visits, he exceeded his authorized stay in the US. He managed to overstay in the US and get away with it. He did this by having his passport stamped with a backdated arrival date in the Philippines to show that he did not overstay in the US. He was able to do this a couple of times—until his latest trip.

In their last trips to the US, both Julian and Allan’s past deeds finally caught up with them.

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