Unlawful Presence Affects Admission to the US?

Hello all,

TLDR: Does an unlawful presense of 100 days in the United States affect the admission dates for a future trip to the United States?

Long form: Emma has a visitor B2 visa which allows 6 months of admission into the United States on a 12 month period. On December 2020, Emma entered the United States with her B2 Visa, and had admission until June 2021. For various reasons she did not leave until September 2021. She had 100 days of unlawful presence in the United States. Based on the INA she is not barred for three years from the US, although she intents on returning to the United States in December 2021.

During normal circumstances, Emma would be able to enter the United States as she is entitled to 6 months of admission into the US in December 2021 as the last time she entered was 12 months prior in December 2020.

Does an over stay of 100 days push back the date of admission for Emma into the United States?

Any help is immensely appreciated.

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