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Lynne arrived in the U.S. two years ago with a B-2 nonimmigrant visa and

overstayed her authorized period of stay. Apart from overstaying her visa, has not violated any other immigration laws. Is Lynne removable? 


A. Yes, and Lynne should be charged under INA §212(a)(6)(A)(i) as an alien present in the U.S. without admission or parole.

B. Yes, and Lynne should be charged under INA §237(a)(1)(B) as an alien present in the U.S. in violation of the law.

C. Yes, and Lynne should be charged under INA §212(a)(6)(C)(i) as an alien who made a willful misrepresentation of material fact in obtaining her nonimmigrant visa.

D. No, since Lynne has not violated any other immigration laws, she does not fit into any of the enforcement priority categories and thus is not subject to removal at this time.

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