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Given the current covid-19 situation where the home country (India) has stopped all international flights, how can one (65+ year old) extend their B2 visa or stay after I-94 extension? Any help is appreciated.

I called up USCIS regarding the same and they told me it usually takes around 6 months to process these applications. My main concern is what if the application is rejected and the applicant has already overstayed their original VISA expiry date, will it be considered illegal? What happens if it is considered illegal?