I'm a doctor by profession, currently on 10 yr multiple entry B1/B2 visa residing in US. I'm working as a research associate, voluntarily on a
non-stipendiary basis( no pay). My I-94 is expiring in october first week. Going to India and re-entering US, leaving the project will cost me a lot, both financially and careerwise. In order to circumvent this, is it wise to go to Canada and then re-enter US within a couple of days? Since I have a
10 yr multiple entry visitor's visa, submitting I-94 when i leave US and going to canada and coming back to US again as a fresh entry, is it considered safe and within legal limits? The law says that you have to leave US after the I-94 expires, does it mean you have to return to your home country or is it just you have to leave US(may be go to a different country) and then return again? Would really appreciate if anyone could kindly suggest whether I would be safe doing this? You can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance.