Pacifica Legal Services | Floyd Fernandez
While overstaying in the USA leaves you out of status, you can leave within six months of your deadline as stamped on your I-94 visa form without penalty. I would leave quickly, if you can. When you reapply for a future visa, the officer at the airport may have stamped that you overstayed on your visa, which would leave you subject to inquiry. However, you would be able to explain that it was not done with intent to violate the terms of your visa, and you would have an excellent chance at obtaining a future visa, especially one for work or study. Best to you.
Answer Applies to: California
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
Yes, you can. If you go home now, you will not be subject to any immigration bar.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Fletcher, Tilton & Whipple, PC | Kirk A. Carter
Overstaying an authorized period of stay on an I-94 card results in the underlying visa becoming invalid for future use. If someone overstays their period of admission, typically 6 months under a B-2 visitor visa, leaves the country and then seeks to re-enter,Border Control will typically cancel their visa and deny them admission sending them home on the next flight.
Answer Applies to: Massachusetts
The Purnell Law Firm | Simon Purnell
It is never a good idea to overstay your visa, however, if you do, you are required to leave the the country. Provided you did not overstay by more than 180 days, you may generally reapply for a visa and have that granted provided you are still eligible under the usual criteria for visas.
Answer Applies to: Texas