Let's say you were asked what are your plans in the future. Then you answered, to live in the U.S.A for the rest of your life after you passed an exam. You say:
1)I will have been staying in the USA for good, after I passed the exam.
- Will have been staying-future perfect progressive(active voice)
- For good-duration
- After+past simple verb(start of the period)
COMPARED TO: 2)We will be staying in the hotel for a week tomorrow.(passive voice)
In a non-native english speaking country, I am accustomed to say and hear just the #2, and hadn't known there's an active form of it. After some readings, I am asking, by the way I summarized and structured it, DO I NOW UNDERSTAND THE WHOLE THING?