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  • 4now
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    Hi

    So the Dad said.. "thats my story and Im sticking to it."

    You will know soon enough. Order copy of I-94. only then can you proceed and choose a strategy. Did you ask his father how could he have turned in the i-94 and also why would he turn in his son's i-94 if he was not returning?


    One more thing.. I just see that you also have 2 other threads running on the same subject. that is a no no here. Keep one thread relative to the same topic. This way you get more precise and accurate answers. the facts and details all remain in the same thread.

    Dont be discouraged. If you love him, stand by him all the way and eventually it will work out.

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  • needing answers
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    That is seriously the real story we got from his dad!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 4now
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by needing answers:
    Thanks 4now! So what should we put on the forms where it asks for the I-94 #? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


    Yes request a copy of I-194 as Davdah explained.


    But wait.. your father could not have turned in his i-94 for him. Oh Im sorry... you are going to have a hard time with this if it was turned in .. They just cant be turned in you know.. Are you sure husband didnt go back to his country and return EWI (sneaked into usa)?

    Ask him. Uscis is not going to buy any other excuse.

    This is fatal part of lie or scheme and will backfire if so. or just plain ignorance .. Why in the world would if he was planning an overstay to go to school... would he return to country and sneak back in.?????????


    overstay of visa is forgiven by marriage to usc.

    EWI "sneaked in" is another story. and now it will appear as deliberate fraud in addition.. This will not be an easy a
    adjustment of status .


    Now.. you should come clean here with the facts if you need help from us.

    After re-reading your response about
    'school records" as evidence... you are forgetting that he would have to attended 365 days without missing 1 day.. and you know that is impossible since school is not in session 365 days a year.


    get Real story please from him

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  • needing answers
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    even though his dad turned it back my husband's I-94 when he left? And my husband stayed in High school!! He was only like 13/14 at the time when it was turned back in! So will they think he left and came back illegaly? We have his school records to prove he was here the whole time! How do we go about that??? THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU!!!

    -thanks

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  • needing answers
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    Thanks 4now! So what should we put on the forms where it asks for the I-94 #?

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  • 4now
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    Hello and welcome to ILW



    Your husband is not considered uninspected. this term is used for people that sneak into the country and they cannot adjust their status by marriage on usa soil.

    Your husband had a valid visa when he entered. That is considered inspected.

    if you are good at reading forms and following instruction, you can complete the forms yourself and save some money. forms are online at uscis.gov or visit visajourney.com and there are loads and tons of help there to guide u step by step. Marriage package are forms:

    i-130, i-485, i-765, i-864, i-693 medical, (2)325a biological info for both of you


    One of your parents will have to be a co sponser if you do not make the required money to sponser your husband.

    Good Luck

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  • needing answers
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    Ok.... my husband of less than a month and I are needing some questions answered.
    Here's our situation:
    I am an eighteen year-old U.S. Citizen who was just recently married on December 10 to the love of my life, who is also eighteen. He came here from Mexico at the age of twelve on a Visitor B1/B2 Visa/Border Crossing Card. We met around age fourteen in high school (we graduated Advanced Diploma last May) and have been together since. We are now both Nursing students in college and we both come from Christian homes. His Visa expired in 2005. So, he's overstayed his Visa almost 2.5 years already. He came on an airplane and we cannot find his I-94. We are pretty sure his dad turned it in when his dad left the country, although my husband stayed. We live at my parents' house right now while we're going through college, until we get a house of our own (and nursing jobs). I am taking an overload of college classes, so I clean house, do laundry, etc, for my parents and they pay me. My husband has no job because he has no work permit. My dad is supporting us fully though, (thank the good lord) until we graduate.

    Here is the documentation we have:
    His expired B1/B2 Visa/ Border Crossing Card; My U.S. Birth Certificate; Our marriage certificate; His passport; His Mexico Birth Certificate and a notarized English translated copy of it.

    We've done a TON of research on everything and we understand the long road ahead of us, and the price that goes along with it. You were recommended to me by Micheal Boyle, (a lawyer I emailed in search of someone in Alabama to contact). If you don't mind, I have a few questions for you......

    1. How does our situation look?
    2. What are our options?,... Briefly speaking.
    3. How much lawyer services cost?
    4. We must wait five months after our marriage to file for immigranmt relative, work permit, change of status to permenant resident, etc; correct?
    5. He has no I-94 because his dad turned it in when he left and my husband stayed here in high school. And will they consider him "uninspected" (because he was inspected when entering through Bronsville, TX, they examined his crossing card; and at the airport). Or will they think he did leave and he came back illegaly? Or can he prove that he was here the whole time by his high school records?
    6. What are ways to prove our marriage is legitamate seeing we don't own anything together yet (don't have papers on anything except our bank account together) and probably won't for another 2 1/2 years. (because of living with my parents)

    Sorry for all the questions....I would just like some stress relieved (=

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  • needing answers
    started a topic Tell me all you know....

    Tell me all you know....

    Ok.... my husband of less than a month and I are needing some questions answered.
    Here's our situation:
    I am an eighteen year-old U.S. Citizen who was just recently married on December 10 to the love of my life, who is also eighteen. He came here from Mexico at the age of twelve on a Visitor B1/B2 Visa/Border Crossing Card. We met around age fourteen in high school (we graduated Advanced Diploma last May) and have been together since. We are now both Nursing students in college and we both come from Christian homes. His Visa expired in 2005. So, he's overstayed his Visa almost 2.5 years already. He came on an airplane and we cannot find his I-94. We are pretty sure his dad turned it in when his dad left the country, although my husband stayed. We live at my parents' house right now while we're going through college, until we get a house of our own (and nursing jobs). I am taking an overload of college classes, so I clean house, do laundry, etc, for my parents and they pay me. My husband has no job because he has no work permit. My dad is supporting us fully though, (thank the good lord) until we graduate.

    Here is the documentation we have:
    His expired B1/B2 Visa/ Border Crossing Card; My U.S. Birth Certificate; Our marriage certificate; His passport; His Mexico Birth Certificate and a notarized English translated copy of it.

    We've done a TON of research on everything and we understand the long road ahead of us, and the price that goes along with it. You were recommended to me by Micheal Boyle, (a lawyer I emailed in search of someone in Alabama to contact). If you don't mind, I have a few questions for you......

    1. How does our situation look?
    2. What are our options?,... Briefly speaking.
    3. How much lawyer services cost?
    4. We must wait five months after our marriage to file for immigranmt relative, work permit, change of status to permenant resident, etc; correct?
    5. He has no I-94 because his dad turned it in when he left and my husband stayed here in high school. And will they consider him "uninspected" (because he was inspected when entering through Bronsville, TX, they examined his crossing card; and at the airport). Or will they think he did leave and he came back illegaly? Or can he prove that he was here the whole time by his high school records?
    6. What are ways to prove our marriage is legitamate seeing we don't own anything together yet (don't have papers on anything except our bank account together) and probably won't for another 2 1/2 years. (because of living with my parents)

    Sorry for all the questions....I would just like some stress relieved (=
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