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    I applied for my greencard through marriage about 6 months ago, but I lost my passport and my I-94 before I started my application process, I filed a I-102 form but uscis sent a letter stating that they cannot verify the date of entry I gave them (because unfortunatley I did not remember the exact date of entry, I remembered the month and year but not the day) so they denied the I-102 without an apeal. How can I prove my entry date? Can this now affect my I-130 or I-485 applications? Any advice please?

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    I applied for my greencard through marriage about 6 months ago, but I lost my passport and my I-94 before I started my application process, I filed a I-102 form but uscis sent a letter stating that they cannot verify the date of entry I gave them (because unfortunatley I did not remember the exact date of entry, I remembered the month and year but not the day) so they denied the I-102 without an apeal. How can I prove my entry date? Can this now affect my I-130 or I-485 applications? Any advice please?

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    • #3
      File a FOIA with CBP to obtain the record of your processing. Now, USCIS has access to the CBP computer systems, so I am thinking that you EWIed or committed fraud at entry. How and where did you arrive in the U.S.?

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      • #4
        I don't know what EWIed means but I didn't commit any frauds whatsoever. I came through customs at an airport...I did overstay my time though (6 months). Do u think the CBP can give me my I-94 number as well?

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        • #5
          ICE also has access to those records. You can go to your local ICE office and have them print it out for you.

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