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  • RE: LOST I-94 AND VISA

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY. I LOST I CAAME IN HERE WITH A B2 VISA. UNFORTUNATELY, I MISPLACED MY FOR I-94 AND AND MY INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT.PRESENTLY I'M OUT OF STATUS NOW, BUT MARRIED TO A USC. I KNOW ABOUT THE FORM I-I02. ONE THING AM NOT SURE OF IS THAT, MAY BE THE INS CAN GET ALL MY INFORMATION. I KNOW THE EXACT NAME ON MY I-94, THE DATE I CAME INTO THE U.S. AND THE PORT OF ENTRY. CAN I KNOW, IT WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR ME TO ADJUST MY STATUS.

    THANKS.
    OD.

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    THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY. I LOST I CAAME IN HERE WITH A B2 VISA. UNFORTUNATELY, I MISPLACED MY FOR I-94 AND AND MY INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT.PRESENTLY I'M OUT OF STATUS NOW, BUT MARRIED TO A USC. I KNOW ABOUT THE FORM I-I02. ONE THING AM NOT SURE OF IS THAT, MAY BE THE INS CAN GET ALL MY INFORMATION. I KNOW THE EXACT NAME ON MY I-94, THE DATE I CAME INTO THE U.S. AND THE PORT OF ENTRY. CAN I KNOW, IT WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR ME TO ADJUST MY STATUS.

    THANKS.
    OD.

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    • #3
      You have to have the documents on who you are and how you came here first.There is no way a lawyer or INS will entertain you on your situation even if you arte married to a USC.
      BTW, please do not type in CAPITALIZED format.Basic netiquette means that you are SHOUTING !!!

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      • #4
        If you are out of status because you overstayed your visa, there may be problems with adjusting status. If you wish, I can give you a more specific consultation at: http://www.us-immigration-visas.com (I am an attorney).

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