I overstayed us for 3 month as my wife was pregnant but we had also valid visa for 5 years but the cbp officer just stamped our passport to stay 18 days in us when we entered us

since my wife was about to deliver baby we applied for extension and we stayed for 3 months after applying for extension

but now i am worried both me and my wife we have 5 years valid uk visa so we just need to know will my uk visa be affected in future will they make us any problem at immigration

  • Please rewrite this question using capitals and punctuation where needed ('I overstated in the US'). The US part is (more or less) clear, but the UK part not at all. Paragraph 1: US Visa part. Paragraph 2: UK visa part. Paragraph 3: The question why the US overstay effects the UK (I assume) the UK residence permit. At present this is not readable. – Mark Johnson Jan 3 '20 at 20:12
  • Thank you Mark , i have made the corrections thank u so much. – Nilesh Jan 3 '20 at 20:30
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    @Nilesh Are you talking about an overstay in the US? You refer to an extension - was that approved? Is your UK visa a 5 year visitor visa or a residence permit? What is your citizenship? – Traveller Jan 4 '20 at 8:01
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    I wouldn't write "I overstayed us for 3 month" and admit I did something wrong until I was sure. For some immigration requests, if you file the paper work on time, your stay is extended until the USCIS decides on your request. Since you didn't say exactly how you requested an extension, and when this happened (the rules are constantly changing) it's hard to say if you got an extension while the request was being considered or not. You might want to hire a US immigration lawyer to answer your questions; it's not easy for a layman to figure out what the rules used to be a few years ago. – Gerard Ashton Jan 4 '20 at 16:39
  • @Gerard: OP is worried about a U.K. visa, not a US visa. U.K. will likely look at exactly what happened, and decide if what happened makes it more likely that OP won’t leave the U.K. when their U.K. visa runs out. – gnasher729 Jan 11 '20 at 19:46

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