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that is only for K1 , and I dont think so if there is a its okay to stay more than 90 days frm the time you arrived in US, coz for all I know there is a possiblity that you will be deported, so you better get married and start to file for AOS if you want to stay longer in US


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There is no way to extend your stay past 90 days on the VWP. That's one of the rule - your time can not be extended.

The general rule us that you are not abusing the VWP to live in the US. On any trip, you could be refused entry. It will depend in your travel history, reason for visiting, the particular officer, etc. There are so many factors, it's impossible to guess how long is safe between visits.

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If you want to come back after a 90 days trip, make sure there is atleast as much time in between. That seems to always go okay. But there are people that manage to stay 90 days, go back for a week and then come back for another 90 days. But like someone else said, they may have been lucky with the officer. Just make sure you have some ties at home (like a job, or a rent, lease or something like that in case the officer start doubting, then you have something to show of your intent of return to convince him that you are a good fellow. ). An officer may think that it is weird to go on a holiday for 90 days, and then another holiday for 90 days when you have a job. Since most people don't have half a year of holyday :whistle: .

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If you want to stay longer you would need a B2 Visitor Visa.


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VWP, is as everyone has stated! You cannot stay beyond 90 days... You will be deported, & banned from entering the US for a period of time, that goes for all countries under the VWP, depending on why you wanna stay longer in the states, apply for the correct visa prior to even coming through again :)

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I just had a question if you stay in america for 90 days with the waiver program is there a way to stay there longer or maybe how much time does it have to pass between 2 times that you go there for 90 days?

Unfortunately, no. The VWP is not a visa and cannot be extended. If you wish to stay longer than 90 days your best bet is to get a B-2 tourist visa.

There is no set time limit between two visits. A general rule of thumb (but by no means official) is to spend at least as much time outside the US as in the US.

Each entry is handled individually based on you and your circumstances. For each visit, the CBP officer will want to be satisfied that:

1. You are a genuine tourist/visitor - Your intention is not to de facto live here.

2. You can fund your travels - You will not be likely to accept up unauthorized work.

3. You have every intention to leave within 90 days - You do not intend to stay.

If you can satisfy the CBP officer that all of the above are true, you can in theory enter for 90 days, leave for a day and re-enter the next day.

that is only for K1 , and I dont think so if there is a its okay to stay more than 90 days frm the time you arrived in US, coz for all I know there is a possiblity that you will be deported, so you better get married and start to file for AOS if you want to stay longer in US

:ot: Visa Waiver Program is visa-free travel to the US for up to 90 days. Has nothing to do with K-1.

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