Ok. Per the regulations, your current visa is automatically cancelled. Take a look at this link on the 7th page:
Luckily, since it has only been a little over 2 months, you have no automatic penalty. Unless you are going to apply for Asylum or marry a U.S. Citizen (for love, nor papers), you will need to leave the U.S. The faster you do it, the easier it will be convince a visa officer that your overstay
was brief, accidental, and that it would not happen again. The closer you get to 180 days of being out of status, the harder that will be to do. Once you reach 180 days of unlawful presence, you activate the 3 year bar that you cannot come back for 3 years unless you get a very hard to get waiver. It is 10 years if you reach 1 year or more of unlawful presence.
So leave the U.S. as quickly as possible and apply for a new O-1 from outside of the U.S.
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