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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belarus

My step daughter (K2) returned to her home country yeterday for 6 weeks. She has her AP documents. She also has a copy of her AOS interview appointment document with her. But she didn't turn in her expired i94 when she boarded the plane in Chicago. The i94 is expired, but she is in the AOS process. Is it a problem that she didn't turn in the i94 when she left. Should she do anything before reenty.

K1 Visa

03/14/2007 I129F sent

03/26/2007 NOA1

05/31/2007 NOA2

Waiting for application to arrive at NVC

06/20/2007 Arrived at NVC

07/27/2007 Sent to Warsaw

08/29/2007 Jim leaves for Warsaw

09/01/2007 Mila leaves for Warsaw by train

09/04/2007 Interview Date

09/05/2007 Recieved Visa

09/09/2007 Arrive in Oregon

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Syria

i dont know if its a problem or not. they usually take it when u leave tho. they stappled it to my husbands boarding pass and they took it with the pass. i guess when she comes back thru customs they will see it and she will just tell them they never took it when she left and she didnt know anything about it.

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