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I still have my I-94

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Hello everybody!!!

I need some advice. In 2006 I came back to Peru but I kept my I-94 form. Nobody asked me for that form at JFK airport. I forgot about it until now. I was atlking to a friend and she told me the I-94 should be given before you leave USA. What do I do now? will it affect my next entry to the USA when my K1 visa is approved? where should I send it?

Too many questions!! but I need some advice :blink:

Vicky


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Only catch I see is that DHS may not know that you have in fact left the USA and may consider you an overstay, this may come up at visa interview.

If you are issued a visa, then the former I-94 should not have any affect on entry using the visa.

How about updating profile? You filed for a K-1, NOT N/A, and your country is Peru.

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Hello everybody!!!

I need some advice. In 2006 I came back to Peru but I kept my I-94 form. Nobody asked me for that form at JFK airport. I forgot about it until now. I was atlking to a friend and she told me the I-94 should be given before you leave USA. What do I do now? will it affect my next entry to the USA when my K1 visa is approved? where should I send it?

Too many questions!! but I need some advice :blink:

Vicky

Doesn't seem like it's a big deal. Look here:

http://help.cbp.gov/cgi-bin/customs.cfg/ph...amp;p_topview=1


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I didn't get any confirmation of the receipt of my I-94 when I sent it back. I figured that since I was able to go back to America after that a couple of times with no problems, they probably got it.


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