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How long are you allowed to volunteer in the US with a tourist visa?

Discussion in 'Any Topic' started by copernica, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. copernica

    copernica New Member

    Could anyone let me know how long is a European allowed to stay as a volunteer while on a tourist visa in the US? Many thanks.
  2. copernica

    copernica New Member

    Also, does anyone know of interesting volunteering projects in the states of California and Oregon and what the requirements are? Thanks again.
  3. vikipilenche

    vikipilenche New Member

    I think the visa is valid for 90 days.
  4. Kristine Montgomery

    Kristine Montgomery New Member

    Yes, It think it is for 90 days. Recently, one of my friends visited US to volunteer on a tourist visa. She has shared a great experience of a humanitarian mission, where she supported the people suffering from the natural disaster. So, I got inspired from her and planning to join mission humanitaire ( mission-humanitaire-afrique.org ) to help the people who are suffering very badly.
  5. melissa123

    melissa123 New Member

    Only 90 days my dear friend.
  6. Suiko

    Suiko New Member

    And how can I extend my visa?
  7. Ginalina

    Ginalina New Member

    And if you stay after 90 days without a visa, what does it threaten?
  8. Sm1smom

    Sm1smom Super Moderator

    What does it threaten if you stay longer than your allowed stay?:rolleyes:
  9. loonymoony

    loonymoony New Member

    Only 90 days
  10. Jbuff

    Jbuff Member

    You overstay your time. You basically “spoil” your visa as some would say.... next time you try to use it Immigration will basically deny you entry and cancel your visa. Hope this Explaination helps.
  11. SusieQQQ

    SusieQQQ Well-Known Member

    To say you “basically spoil” your visa is an understatement... as soon as you overstay your visa it gets automatically voided and cancelled. And then the chances of ever getting another one are basically zero.
  12. Jbuff

    Jbuff Member

    Yea. I Know. Lol
    Its just something. I grew up hearing in my home country. “Spoiled your visa”.
  13. SusieQQQ

    SusieQQQ Well-Known Member

    You said immigration would cancel it “next time you try use it.”. That is inaccurate. It is officially and automatically cancelled as soon as you overstay.
    Jbuff likes this.

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