What is the consequence of overstaying my F1 visa for one day? 2 Answers as of September 08, 2014

I overstayed my F1 for one day, after the 60 days grace period. I simply miscounted the number of days between final day of OPT and departure when I was re-booking my air ticket. My cumulative OPT never reached one full year. I also already have B1/B2 visa that is valid until July 2016. I had B1/B2 visa before I got F1 and they didn't cancel it at US consulate and I have entered US with B1/B2 multiple times without issue before entering with F1. Will i have any issues if i enter US with B1/B2 again in a few months? Thanks in advance. Additional information: I don't know if it makes any difference. My first flight was at the last day of my grace period from Chicago that what I was thinking I have couple more days to stay. I checked in and scanned my password gave my luggage at Chicago airport, I got my boarding pass and then when I was walking to the security, my friend called me and she said they are having a surprise going away party at her house in New York, so I was excited I cancelled the Chicago flight and I got ticket to NY, and i attended the party that night and I flew back from NY to home following day. I realized I was overstayed when I got home, so looks like last minute decision put me in trouble.

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Law Offices of Linda Rose Fessler | Linda Fessler
Last minute decisions always get you in trouble. This time you may get away with it.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 9/8/2014
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Law Offices of Grinberg and Segal | Alexander Segal
You are not necessarily subject to a bar to admission but it is not a favorable factor especially considering you blew off your obligations to attend a party.
Answer Applies to: New York
Replied: 9/8/2014
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