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I had a TN Visa, it expired and I overstayed in the U.S. I am in Canada now. I have met someone in the U.S. and we want to get married. Can I go visit her in the U.S. or will I get barred?


You’re in a bit of a tricky situation, and we’re here to help guide you through it. It’s not uncommon for these immigration matters to feel overwhelming, but let’s break it down.

Firstly, it’s crucial to acknowledge that overstaying a visa can have serious consequences. The duration of your overstay plays a significant role in potential bars from re-entering the U.S., ranging from 3 to 10 years. Now, let’s explore your options.

If you’ve met someone special in the U.S. and you’re considering marriage, that’s a positive development. However, you need to proceed with caution to avoid any complications. The possibility of filing a waiver exists, and this could potentially allow you to get married without facing a bar.

It’s important to note that navigating these legal waters can be intricate, and we recommend reaching out to us for personalized assistance. We can delve into the specifics of your situation and provide guidance tailored to your needs.

Feel free to contact us at . We’re here to help you better understand your circumstances and explore the best way forward. Additionally, you can reach us by phone at  800-471-6326 or connect with us on Skype at tnvisaexpert.

Remember, there are solutions, and with the right guidance, we can work towards a positive outcome. Looking forward to assisting you on this journey.

Submitted by: Abe L. of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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