Hello, my name is ***** ***** I will be the immigration attorney helping you today. the chances will depend on what you can show as significant ties to your country. For example show that you have a good job in your country that will be waiting for you property , assets, bank accounts, and other cultural or religious ties. If you can show this, you have a good chance.
There may still be issued at the port of entry as there was last time. There could be a previous record that would come up about this. You would have to prove to them also that you do not have immigrant intent to remain in the US under B1/B2 or intent to change to F1 while in on B2. If you can convince them, you should be fine.
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