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    Not until we were married and getting ready to start paperwork did I realize that there is no stamp in my passport. Any ideas what I should do?

    Thank you for your time.

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    Not until we were married and getting ready to start paperwork did I realize that there is no stamp in my passport. Any ideas what I should do?

    Thank you for your time.

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    • #3
      Someone must have some advice for me here!?!

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      • #4
        What stamp in your passport are you referring to? A visa stamp? The I-94 is the white card that you fill out on the plane (or at the border) before coming in the U.S. If you entered on a visa waiver, the I-94W would be green instead of white.

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        • #5
          Thank you for responding. I came across the Peace Bridge, in my car, which was loaded to the top with my possessions and my cat, at the boarder I handed the officer my passport, my cat's medical info, and answered his questions, he handed me back my passport and documents and told me to drive safely.......?

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          • #6
            Ok... as a Canadian, coming across the border by car, you are not given a I-94. I am not sure how much time you are allowed to spend in the U.S. (could be 90 days), as I'm not familiar with issues involving Canadians. Hopefully, someone with more knowledge will help you out.

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            • #7
              You have the same 90 days as every one else. Canadians (at this time) are simply not issued an I-94 - tht is all...

              When asked for you I-94 simply indicate that you are a Canadian who enetered from Canada ands were not issued an I-94. You will be fine - the INS knows they don't issue I-94s to Canadians...

              ARQU

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