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How long can I stay in the US as a visitor?

How long can I stay in the US as a visitor?

Old Feb 27th 2002, 9:06 pm
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Default How long can I stay in the US as a visitor?

Can anyone clarify if it's possible to stay longer than the 90 days allowed under the visa waiver scheme? I was under the impression that you could stay 90 days, leave the country, then come back in for a further 90 days, but that that would be the maximum permitted in any calendar year. I am however getting all sorts of conflicting information from everyone I have asked, and especially from US visa sites!! How does one acquire a 10 year tourist visa? My situation is that my partner has transferred here from the UK with his job and I would therefore obviously like to stay here for as long as he is here (possibly 1 or 1.5 years). Ideally I would like to work but understand that may be tricky, not having a job offer already.. Thanks in advance.
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Old Feb 27th 2002, 11:05 pm
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Default Re: How long can I stay in the US as a visitor?

Get married and "lift along" (there is plenty to be done) on your husbands visa.
Without marriage its a lot harder to do.

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