How Long Can You Stay in USA?


You can stay in the United States as long as you do not stay beyond the date stamped on your I-94 card, which is also known as the Arrival/Departure Record. It is this date €“ and not the expiration date of the visa €“ that stipulates how long a non-immigrant may legally remain in the US.
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The longest you can stay in the US, will depend with the validity of your visa. The expiry date is shown on your visa, along with the date of issuance. The validity period is the length of time you are permitted to stay or travel to a port of entry in the US.
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