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Any foreign national who seeks to enter the U.S. and remain here permanently, or who is suspected of seeking to enter the U.S. and remain here permanently, but who does not have the proper documents to demonstrate that s/he has authorization to do so, is inadmissible.
What someone in your situation wants to do is to reapply for the visa over again. However this time, show that one has no intention of remaining in USA permanently, proof of which includes:
-a bank account back home
-lease/ownership of land
-affidavits from friends/people of standing in the community who can confirm that you will be returning back.
You may also wish to use I-192:
This is a request for a waiver if you are banned, to be used in conjunction with the visa (re)application.
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