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Hey Guys:

I need your help: My wife just arrived home via JFK yesterday evening. She came on a K3 Visa. I was looking into the next steps we have to take and I notice something about I-94 form. We don't have this form. She said she filled something out at the custom officer's desk but was never given anything back.

So my question is this: do you get the I-94 when you come via K3?

Please help!

Thanks in advance.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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Its not. i checked every page of the passport. nothing

Look in her passport. It should be stapled into it.

Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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Should have a card saying departure record stapled in passport:

I_94.jpg

If not, you can go to nearest CBP office and may be able to get one from them.

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/ports/


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Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.

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She doesn't have that card. She remembered completing the form and handing it to the CO but he didn't return anything back to her. I called JFK CBP and they said to call tomorrow to find out how we can get a replacement I-94.

Thanks for your help!

Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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She doesn't have that card. She remembered completing the form and handing it to the CO but he didn't return anything back to her. I called JFK CBP and they said to call tomorrow to find out how we can get a replacement I-94.

Thanks for your help!

Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.

My wife and daughter's I-94's had non-existant dates (August 39, 2006) so we had them replaced by the CBP supervisor at the nearest International Airport.


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Do you actually have to REQUEST the I-94 or is it given automatically??????????

She doesn't have that card. She remembered completing the form and handing it to the CO but he didn't return anything back to her. I called JFK CBP and they said to call tomorrow to find out how we can get a replacement I-94.

Thanks for your help!

Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.

My wife and daughter's I-94's had non-existant dates (August 39, 2006) so we had them replaced by the CBP supervisor at the nearest International Airport.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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Do you actually have to REQUEST the I-94 or is it given automatically??????????

She doesn't have that card. She remembered completing the form and handing it to the CO but he didn't return anything back to her. I called JFK CBP and they said to call tomorrow to find out how we can get a replacement I-94.

Thanks for your help!

Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.

My wife and daughter's I-94's had non-existant dates (August 39, 2006) so we had them replaced by the CBP supervisor at the nearest International Airport.

I-94 is given to all NON-Immigrant passengers carrying a visa on international flights to fill out before seeing the officer at POE.

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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I'm speaking specially about the Work Authorization portion that you are suppose to receive (i assume as a stamp in your passport)

Do you actually have to REQUEST the I-94 or is it given automatically??????????

She doesn't have that card. She remembered completing the form and handing it to the CO but he didn't return anything back to her. I called JFK CBP and they said to call tomorrow to find out how we can get a replacement I-94.

Thanks for your help!

Well, my husband didn't get his either.

We ended up going back to the last airport he passed through on 'entry day' (his actual POE was two airports before that one) and they issued a 'replacement' I-94.

My wife and daughter's I-94's had non-existant dates (August 39, 2006) so we had them replaced by the CBP supervisor at the nearest International Airport.

I-94 is given to all NON-Immigrant passengers carrying a visa on international flights to fill out before seeing the officer at POE.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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I'm speaking specially about the Work Authorization portion that you are suppose to receive (i assume as a stamp in your passport)

Your profile shows K-3.

K-3 is NOT work authorized, so there will be NO EAD stamp.

K-3 needs to file I-765 AND/OR I-485 to get EAD OR Green-Card in order to work.

K-1 IS "Work Auth" primarily to be able to get the SSN, some states are strict in their interpretation of a federal law that requires persons applying for a "license" to have SSN, this can cause a problem with marriage license if only one person has SSN and the other (the K-1 holder) does not.

If employment shortly after entry to the USA was your priority, you should have not done K-3, and just stuck to the CR-1 visa process (I-130 WITHOUT filing I-129F)


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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One other thing,

If you entered the USA on a CR-1 or IR-1 visa, you will not have an I-94 card. I-94 card is for NON-Immigrant visas. CR-1/IR-1 are IMMIGRANT visas.

If you do have CR-1/IR-1, you should have I-551 stamp in passport, this stamp is Temp-Green-Card, and work authorization.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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OK...well i feel silly. The dear wife found that little form...it was at the bottom on her purse lol

Can we use it for anything? We're not interested in employment for now. I wanted her to learn how to drive so a Driver's Permit will be in order. What about SSN #?

Thanks for all your help guys.

Hey Guys:

I need your help: My wife just arrived home via JFK yesterday evening. She came on a K3 Visa. I was looking into the next steps we have to take and I notice something about I-94 form. We don't have this form. She said she filled something out at the custom officer's desk but was never given anything back.

So my question is this: do you get the I-94 when you come via K3?

Please help!

Thanks in advance.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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LOL. That's funny. I figured she had it on her someplace!

My husband actually watched the CBP officer throw his I94 in the trash can. He said my husband didn't need it. I was at another counter at the time and didn't realize what was up.

YES YOU NEED IT. Hang onto it for her adjustment of status. You'll need to send a copy of it to USCIS when you file.

I'd staple it into her passport. That's where it should have gone in the first place.

OK...well i feel silly. The dear wife found that little form...it was at the bottom on her purse lol

Can we use it for anything? We're not interested in employment for now. I wanted her to learn how to drive so a Driver's Permit will be in order. What about SSN #?

Thanks for all your help guys.

Hey Guys:

I need your help: My wife just arrived home via JFK yesterday evening. She came on a K3 Visa. I was looking into the next steps we have to take and I notice something about I-94 form. We don't have this form. She said she filled something out at the custom officer's desk but was never given anything back.

So my question is this: do you get the I-94 when you come via K3?

Please help!

Thanks in advance.

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I check the SS office. this is what they require to apply for a card:

http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10002.html#how

Citizenship or immigration status: We can accept only certain documents as proof of U.S. citizenship. These include a U.S. birth certificate, U.S. consular report of birth, U.S. passport, Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship. If you are not a U.S. citizen, Social Security will ask to see your current U.S. immigration documents. Acceptable documents include your:

* Form I-551 (includes machine-readable immigrant visa with your unexpired foreign passport);

* I-94 with your unexpired foreign passport; or

* Work permit card from the Department of Homeland Security (I-766 or I-688B).

My State's DMV requires you to have SSN # now...

Please let me know if i can use what we have

LOL. That's funny. I figured she had it on her someplace!

My husband actually watched the CBP officer throw his I94 in the trash can. He said my husband didn't need it. I was at another counter at the time and didn't realize what was up.

YES YOU NEED IT. Hang onto it for her adjustment of status. You'll need to send a copy of it to USCIS when you file.

I'd staple it into her passport. That's where it should have gone in the first place.

OK...well i feel silly. The dear wife found that little form...it was at the bottom on her purse lol

Can we use it for anything? We're not interested in employment for now. I wanted her to learn how to drive so a Driver's Permit will be in order. What about SSN #?

Thanks for all your help guys.

Hey Guys:

I need your help: My wife just arrived home via JFK yesterday evening. She came on a K3 Visa. I was looking into the next steps we have to take and I notice something about I-94 form. We don't have this form. She said she filled something out at the custom officer's desk but was never given anything back.

So my question is this: do you get the I-94 when you come via K3?

Please help!

Thanks in advance.


Damian & Sheleena

I-130

  • 02/12/2007 - Mailed I-130 to Vermont Service Center
  • 02/20/2007 - NOA1
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (77 days)

I-129F - K3 Visa

  • 01/11/2007 - got hitched
  • 02/21/2007 - I-129F mailed to Chicago
  • 02/26/2007 - NOA1 (Notice date) - got it on 3/2/2007
  • 04/30/2007 - Approved (68 days). Sent to NVC
  • 05/04/2007 - Left NVC for Guyana
  • 05/15/2007 - Consulate (GY) Received packet
  • 06/01/2007 - Packet 3 Received
  • 06/12/2007 - Packet 3 Sent to GEO embassy. Interview date Received via email
  • 07/18/2007 - Packet 4 Received
  • 07/22/2007 - Interview #1 - both of us. about 30 minutes total. placed on AR
  • 11/19/2007 - Home visits
  • 01/24/2008 - Interview #2. Approved after 5 months on AR
  • 01/28/2008 - Visa issued
  • 01/30/2008 - home sweet home
  • 02/27/2008 - mailed AOS package - I-485 & EAD
  • 03/08/2008 - AOS NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/10/2008 - EAD NOA1 (Notice Date 3/4/08)
  • 03/22/2008 - Biometrics Complete
  • 04/30/2008 - EAD Approved. "Card production ordered" - Notice via USCIS
  • 05/09/2008 - EAD Card Received. Applied for SSN#.
  • 06/02/2008 - AOS Interview - AOS approved!!
  • 06/20/2008 - GREENCARD in hand

I-751

  • 03/09/2010 - Mailed I-751 to Vermont Service Center. Delivered 3/10 12PM. Check posted 3/15
  • 03/17/2010 - NOA Received
  • 06/01/2010 - Green-card Production ordered

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