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    Default How to Prolong Your Stay in the U.S. After Studying

    I need a legal advice for my friend. I asked few some people about this before but didnt get a clear answer. She is from Asia and studying in the US, on
    student visa. However, she will graduate next year and her visa will expire. She wants to stay in USA and dont go back home but at the same time she doesnt
    want to be illegal immigrant. Im sure there is something she can do to legally prolong her stay maybe even for years or forever, and thats my question, what
    can she do. Shes got like one year left. Thanks in advance for any replies...

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    Default Re: How to Prolong Your Stay in the U.S. After Studying

    Should we assume that there's no prospect of her marrying a U.S. citizen (in a bona fide marriage)?

    Then she will need to identify and seek a visa that allows her to remain lawfully in the U.S., such as an H1B visa.

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