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Old 10-19-2013, 09:20 AM
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If its a visitor visa, then the BV-A expires after the last day of the current "stay" period allowed by the visitor visa (ie, after 3 months).

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This is a typo, Mark? Should be "visitor visa" instead?


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Hi GBP -

Sorry for the confusion - I was trying to say that if the person holds a visitor visa and applies for another visa (partner, etc) that generates a BV-A, the BV-A will not activate until the end of the person's current "stay" on the visitor visa - ie, if the person is allowed a 3 month stay, the BV-A will activate at the moment the visitor visa expires at the end of the 3 months.

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