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Thread: lost I-94&AOS processing

  1. #1
    Guest
    Married to a USC and in the process of filing my aos packadge but have lost my I-94 card.They still can see the immigration stamp at POE in my passeport though.Will that cause any delay in processing my case?
    Thanks

  2. #2
    Guest
    Married to a USC and in the process of filing my aos packadge but have lost my I-94 card.They still can see the immigration stamp at POE in my passeport though.Will that cause any delay in processing my case?
    Thanks

  3. #3
    Guest
    Attach a copy of passport's POE stamp which prove that you entered legally and inspected. no effect on application.

  4. #4
    Guest
    read kamsar's posting and your replies. is it ok to marry while on VWP and file for AOS/I130/AP/EAD? i have been here for more than 60days but not out of status. fell in love and really considering marriage while here.

    should i get married and then file AOS and the rest? or should i await 1129F back home?

    appreciate your help.

    btw, is there any good immigration lawyer you can recommend? i am in Louisiana.

  5. #5
    Guest
    can someone pls help? mohan? or anyone else? appreciate any reply to my query.

    thanks.
    want2marry

  6. #6
    Guest
    what is VWP?

  7. #7
    Guest
    VWP = Visa Waiver Program

  8. #8
    Guest
    As I said You can marry any time but you ave to file for Waiver for two years requirement. I-601 is required to waive the mandatory requirement for TWO years. extreme hardship to be proven to get waiver.

  9. #9
    Guest
    Jose Vega, New Orleans, LA (504) 561-6607

  10. #10
    Guest
    Mohan, thanks for your response. You could have mistaken what my query was about. Apologies for my bad 'phrasing' that must have caused your confusion.

    I came to USA in early Oct02 for an extended vacation, visiting friends. The country I come from is a reciprocal nation of the list of countries under the Visa Waiver Program(VWP). VWP allows 90days entry/stay in USA without the need for any visa application.

    Cupid struck and I feel I am ready to get married. I have been here for 2months already and will need to exit USA by end of Dec, making the full 90days.

    My beau and I plan to get married and file for AOS/AP/EAD within this week or next. We are not sure if we should do that, if there will be complications. There is no misrepresentation as I entered legally, without false declaration at POE.

    What are your views? Do you have any good immigration lawyer to recommend for a consultation?

    Thanks Mohan.

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