Bit of a (potentially) weird one for you:
I'm a German citizen in the USA on the WVP. I've been here for over 90 days now (about 110). Obviously that's a violation.
Now, things get more complicated: I was living in Scotland, UK when I started this trip (with the point of initial departure being in the UK but the port before entering the US (by plane) being Amsterdam (Delta-KLM share flight from UK to Amsterdam, then on to NY).
Now, I had actually not planned to stay this long, it just happened, my return ticket is obviously useless as I was a no show on the day of the flight, and to make this worse I'm now without funds here or back home.
Now, don't get me wrong, I am pretty fed up with the US, mostly due to the weather, and I'd love to go back to (let's be broad) Europe because I'm positive I can easily find a job there to get me back on my feet.
And yes, I will probably never visit the US again.
So, here are my thoughts: I'd turn myself into the police. (oddly I was actually checked by a cop and I also think my passport data entered/counter-checked on their system at a date which must have been definitely 2 or more days past the 90 days, and he didn't say anything?) I assume I will be deported from the US, which is perfectly fine for me.
My question now would be to which country will I be deported to?
Would it be the Netherlands as last EU port of call for my entry into the US?
Or Germany as I am a German citizen?
Or the UK as at time of departure that was home, and yes, my current German passport was actually issued by the German consulate in the UK?
Or can the deportee ask to be deported to a EU country of his choosing due to whatever other reasons e.g. having already lined up work there?
Thanks for any input!