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Old 02-13-2008, 03:12 AM
ladysman1986 ladysman1986 is offline
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Default Visa b1/b2 expired

i entered this country on june 2005, the inmigration agent gave me 6 months to stay but im still here.

To be honest, im working here in usa and im getting pay cash.

i know i broke the law, what can i do now??

i know i can only fix this problem by getting married with a us citizen. i actually dont want to get married, im a young guy(21 years old)

since ive been working here i save a lot of money, and i would like to apply for a student visa. can i do that if my visa is expired????
i also would like to get a drivers license but since i dont have a social security number i cant, and this is a big problem for me.


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Old 03-20-2008, 11:54 PM
catjane catjane is offline
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Default Expired visa

I'm not sure but I think if your visa is expired you have to leave the country and no, you can't work here, it's illegal to do so without a work visa and a SS number. You can't get a drivers license with just a SS number anyway, you would need to show that you have applied for status. I know, because I have an SS number and can't get an ID from them.
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Old 05-02-2008, 03:02 AM
clubJWP clubJWP is offline
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no! you can not work here. you visa has expired long back. i wonder how you got employed?
please go back and apply again.
if you get caught you will be in lot of trouble trust me!

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