You may be familiar already with the doctrine of dual intent. If not, see it here
. As you can tell, one who enters on a B2 visa should not intend to stay here alternatively.
So even if you are not a US Citizen and cannot technically petition for her to stay longer on an F2 visa, she could stay longer than the original B2. USCIS does not like to be tricked for the lack of a better term, so if they find out this was all planned, her F2 may be denied.
I cannot tell her or you what to state to USCIS/ICE/CBP officials. However, lying is an illegal act and may have serious consequences for both of your visas.
Having said that, as long as they do not suspect that this was all pre-planned, there should not be an issue. In case her B2 VISA accepted and we decided to get married the next Summer and she arrange a meeting to the US cunchil for getting a F2 visa will there be a problem having a B2 visa previously.
No, provided she did not enter with a B2 and attempt to change to an F2 here, and USCIS thinks that she always meant to do this. And the other question is if she dont be accepted to get a B2 Visa can she apply some days later for the 90 days tourist excempt as a Greek citizent?
Yes, she can attempt to apply visa the Visa Waiver Program at any time. But if she is denied a B2, a VWP is also likely to be denied.
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