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Ok Im hoping to send off for Saids EAD next week, but Im not sure what the I-94 is and what it looks like. Any help will be appreciated.


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Date of Wedding :2007-09-04

Date I-130 Sent :2008//02/12

Date I-130 NOA1 2008/02/13

Date I-130 NOA2 :2008-06-04

Date I-129F Sent :2008-03-20

I-129F RFE(s) :2008/05/20

I-129F RFE Reply(s) :2008/05/27,20

Date I-129F NOA2:2008-06-04

Date Package Received By NVC :2008-06-06?

Date Package Left From NVC :2008-06-11

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Ok Im hoping to send off for Saids EAD next week, but Im not sure what the I-94 is and what it looks like. Any help will be appreciated.

Click VisaJourney GALLERY you will see sample I 94 on immigration documents/photos

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Ok Im hoping to send off for Saids EAD next week, but Im not sure what the I-94 is and what it looks like. Any help will be appreciated.

It's your Arrival/Departure record. The small piece of white paper that was stapled into your passport when you first entered the US.


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01/23/08 - AOS Package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

01/25/08 - NOA1 for I-485, I-765 and I-131

02/15/08 - Biometrics for I-485 and I-765

02/18/08 - I-485 transferred to CSC

02/21/08 - I-485 & I-765 touched

03/11/08 - I-131 approved

03/18/08 - I-765 approved

03/19/08 - EAD arrives

03/20/08 - AP arrives

03/27/08 - I-485 touched

04/11/08 - I-485 touched (case received at CSC)

04/13/08 - I-485 touched

06/07/08 - I-551 Card production ordered

06/13/08 - Welcome Letter arrives

06/16/08 - I-551 Card arrives

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Ok it seems like someone at JFK took out Saids I-94 out of his passport :crying: . If I send for a new one is there a fee for this? Im totally lost. :blink::unsure:


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Date of Wedding :2007-09-04

Date I-130 Sent :2008//02/12

Date I-130 NOA1 2008/02/13

Date I-130 NOA2 :2008-06-04

Date I-129F Sent :2008-03-20

I-129F RFE(s) :2008/05/20

I-129F RFE Reply(s) :2008/05/27,20

Date I-129F NOA2:2008-06-04

Date Package Received By NVC :2008-06-06?

Date Package Left From NVC :2008-06-11

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Ok it seems like someone at JFK took out Saids I-94 out of his passport :crying: . If I send for a new one is there a fee for this? Im totally lost. :blink::unsure:

When he entered JFK he didn't have one, they are the people that give it to him. Look through all the pages of the passport, it is a small card smaller than a passport page, and normally stapled to a page in the passport (normally opposite the visa).


K-1 Visa Process.

===========

See my timeline

AOS Process

========

01/23/08 - AOS Package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

01/25/08 - NOA1 for I-485, I-765 and I-131

02/15/08 - Biometrics for I-485 and I-765

02/18/08 - I-485 transferred to CSC

02/21/08 - I-485 & I-765 touched

03/11/08 - I-131 approved

03/18/08 - I-765 approved

03/19/08 - EAD arrives

03/20/08 - AP arrives

03/27/08 - I-485 touched

04/11/08 - I-485 touched (case received at CSC)

04/13/08 - I-485 touched

06/07/08 - I-551 Card production ordered

06/13/08 - Welcome Letter arrives

06/16/08 - I-551 Card arrives

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It looks like this.. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...ost&id=3065 but only the half (left) portion of page 2.

I got this link from Sheriff Uling.

Edited by island_princess

NATURALIZATION

01-11-2014 N-400 Packet Sent

01-17-2014 Check cleared

01-24-2014 Received NOA dated 01/14 in the mail

02-20-2014 1st Service Request created for delayed biometric appointment letter

03-01-2014 Received 'yellow' letter in the mail

03-28-2014 2nd Service Request created since the 1st request had no response from the assigned Service Center

04-07-2014 Received biometric appointment letter in the mail

04-25-2014 At last, my biometric appointment!!!!

06-09-2014 Interview - recommended for approval!

07-17-2014 Oath Ceremoney USCIS-Orlando Office! I'm A United States Citizen

AOS AND EAD
02-13-2009 AOS Packet Sent
02-15-2009 Delivered to Chicago Lockbox
02-23-2009 Date of NOA1 (AOS & EAD)
02-25-2009 Check Cleared
02-27-2009 Received NOA1s (AOS and EAD) and Bio Appointment Letter in the mail!!
03-18-2009 Biometric Appointment
04-17-2009 EAD card production ordered!
04-27-2009 EAD card in received in mail
06-19-2009 Received interview appointment in the mail
08-19-2009 Interview Date APPROVED!
08-28-2009 Received 10-year GC in the mail

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Oh yes, there is...$320.00. Check this link... http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/men...00045f3d6a1RCRD

Ok it seems like someone at JFK took out Saids I-94 out of his passport :crying: . If I send for a new one is there a fee for this? Im totally lost. :blink::unsure:

NATURALIZATION

01-11-2014 N-400 Packet Sent

01-17-2014 Check cleared

01-24-2014 Received NOA dated 01/14 in the mail

02-20-2014 1st Service Request created for delayed biometric appointment letter

03-01-2014 Received 'yellow' letter in the mail

03-28-2014 2nd Service Request created since the 1st request had no response from the assigned Service Center

04-07-2014 Received biometric appointment letter in the mail

04-25-2014 At last, my biometric appointment!!!!

06-09-2014 Interview - recommended for approval!

07-17-2014 Oath Ceremoney USCIS-Orlando Office! I'm A United States Citizen

AOS AND EAD
02-13-2009 AOS Packet Sent
02-15-2009 Delivered to Chicago Lockbox
02-23-2009 Date of NOA1 (AOS & EAD)
02-25-2009 Check Cleared
02-27-2009 Received NOA1s (AOS and EAD) and Bio Appointment Letter in the mail!!
03-18-2009 Biometric Appointment
04-17-2009 EAD card production ordered!
04-27-2009 EAD card in received in mail
06-19-2009 Received interview appointment in the mail
08-19-2009 Interview Date APPROVED!
08-28-2009 Received 10-year GC in the mail

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Zawjat,

My hubbie's was actually stapled to his passport... he also came through JFK. Still no luck?

i hope you find it! Applying for a new one sounds... well... not fun...

(F) (F)

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Well Said definantly doesnt have his I-94 and I dont know which number to call at uscis to find out what to do. I dont think we should have to pay for a replacement since it was removed by someone at customs and not returned. Said didnt lose it customs stole it. Does anyone have any idea of what number I should call? :unsure:


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Date of Wedding :2007-09-04

Date I-130 Sent :2008//02/12

Date I-130 NOA1 2008/02/13

Date I-130 NOA2 :2008-06-04

Date I-129F Sent :2008-03-20

I-129F RFE(s) :2008/05/20

I-129F RFE Reply(s) :2008/05/27,20

Date I-129F NOA2:2008-06-04

Date Package Received By NVC :2008-06-06?

Date Package Left From NVC :2008-06-11

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I can't understand how you think someone at JFK took it out of his passport. When he got to JFK he didn't have one. They gave it to him.

If you don't have one for your AoS application, you're going to have to file I-102 for a replacement I-94.

Your documents are your responsibility at the end of the day, and that's how USCIS are going to see it. You don't have it, and you need to get a replacement, and completing I-102 is the process for that.

You could try writing a letter of explanation along with the AoS application as to why you don't have an I-94, but I'd be very surprised if that didn't just result in a denial or an RFE for the I-94.


K-1 Visa Process.

===========

See my timeline

AOS Process

========

01/23/08 - AOS Package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

01/25/08 - NOA1 for I-485, I-765 and I-131

02/15/08 - Biometrics for I-485 and I-765

02/18/08 - I-485 transferred to CSC

02/21/08 - I-485 & I-765 touched

03/11/08 - I-131 approved

03/18/08 - I-765 approved

03/19/08 - EAD arrives

03/20/08 - AP arrives

03/27/08 - I-485 touched

04/11/08 - I-485 touched (case received at CSC)

04/13/08 - I-485 touched

06/07/08 - I-551 Card production ordered

06/13/08 - Welcome Letter arrives

06/16/08 - I-551 Card arrives

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I can't understand how you think someone at JFK took it out of his passport. When he got to JFK he didn't have one. They gave it to him.

If you don't have one for your AoS application, you're going to have to file I-102 for a replacement I-94.

Your documents are your responsibility at the end of the day, and that's how USCIS are going to see it. You don't have it, and you need to get a replacement, and completing I-102 is the process for that.

You could try writing a letter of explanation along with the AoS application as to why you don't have an I-94, but I'd be very surprised if that didn't just result in a denial or an RFE for the I-94.

Well 1 person stapled it in the passport and a 2nd person removed it. Said didnt know that this was not suppose to happen. We have an appointment at the immigration office on thursday and they will give him a replacement. It was the screw up of someone in JFK not Said! So no we dont have to fill out the I-102!


4377610_bodyshot_300x400.gif5130242_bodyshot_300x400.gif

Date of Wedding :2007-09-04

Date I-130 Sent :2008//02/12

Date I-130 NOA1 2008/02/13

Date I-130 NOA2 :2008-06-04

Date I-129F Sent :2008-03-20

I-129F RFE(s) :2008/05/20

I-129F RFE Reply(s) :2008/05/27,20

Date I-129F NOA2:2008-06-04

Date Package Received By NVC :2008-06-06?

Date Package Left From NVC :2008-06-11

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I can't understand how you think someone at JFK took it out of his passport. When he got to JFK he didn't have one. They gave it to him.

If you don't have one for your AoS application, you're going to have to file I-102 for a replacement I-94.

Your documents are your responsibility at the end of the day, and that's how USCIS are going to see it. You don't have it, and you need to get a replacement, and completing I-102 is the process for that.

You could try writing a letter of explanation along with the AoS application as to why you don't have an I-94, but I'd be very surprised if that didn't just result in a denial or an RFE for the I-94.

Well 1 person stapled it in the passport and a 2nd person removed it. Said didnt know that this was not suppose to happen. We have an appointment at the immigration office on thursday and they will give him a replacement. It was the screw up of someone in JFK not Said! So no we dont have to fill out the I-102!

USCIS can not replace the I-94 at the local office, you will need to file for a replacement using form I-102, The only people who can issue I-94 is the CBP at POE or by filing the I-102.

You say that someone took it out at JFK so I take it there is holes where the staples were! so you can have proof that one was issued?

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Well Said definantly doesnt have his I-94 and I dont know which number to call at uscis to find out what to do. I dont think we should have to pay for a replacement since it was removed by someone at customs and not returned. Said didnt lose it customs stole it. Does anyone have any idea of what number I should call? :unsure:

Good luck with that. If you can't find it, you have to apply for another and pay for it. No way around it.

I can't understand how you think someone at JFK took it out of his passport. When he got to JFK he didn't have one. They gave it to him.

If you don't have one for your AoS application, you're going to have to file I-102 for a replacement I-94.

Your documents are your responsibility at the end of the day, and that's how USCIS are going to see it. You don't have it, and you need to get a replacement, and completing I-102 is the process for that.

You could try writing a letter of explanation along with the AoS application as to why you don't have an I-94, but I'd be very surprised if that didn't just result in a denial or an RFE for the I-94.

Well 1 person stapled it in the passport and a 2nd person removed it. Said didnt know that this was not suppose to happen. We have an appointment at the immigration office on thursday and they will give him a replacement. It was the screw up of someone in JFK not Said! So no we dont have to fill out the I-102!

USCIS can not replace the I-94 at the local office, you will need to file for a replacement using form I-102, The only people who can issue I-94 is the CBP at POE or by filing the I-102.

You say that someone took it out at JFK so I take it there is holes where the staples were! so you can have proof that one was issued?

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Well Said definantly doesnt have his I-94 and I dont know which number to call at uscis to find out what to do. I dont think we should have to pay for a replacement since it was removed by someone at customs and not returned. Said didnt lose it customs stole it. Does anyone have any idea of what number I should call? :unsure:

Good luck with that. If you can't find it, you have to apply for another and pay for it. No way around it.

I can't understand how you think someone at JFK took it out of his passport. When he got to JFK he didn't have one. They gave it to him.

If you don't have one for your AoS application, you're going to have to file I-102 for a replacement I-94.

Your documents are your responsibility at the end of the day, and that's how USCIS are going to see it. You don't have it, and you need to get a replacement, and completing I-102 is the process for that.

You could try writing a letter of explanation along with the AoS application as to why you don't have an I-94, but I'd be very surprised if that didn't just result in a denial or an RFE for the I-94.

Well 1 person stapled it in the passport and a 2nd person removed it. Said didnt know that this was not suppose to happen. We have an appointment at the immigration office on thursday and they will give him a replacement. It was the screw up of someone in JFK not Said! So no we dont have to fill out the I-102!

USCIS can not replace the I-94 at the local office, you will need to file for a replacement using form I-102, The only people who can issue I-94 is the CBP at POE or by filing the I-102.

You say that someone took it out at JFK so I take it there is holes where the staples were! so you can have proof that one was issued?

She's right. I'm sorry to say it. But, she is right here.

Yes there are hole where it had been stapled in and i have an appointment with cbp. in portland. They said they can replace it.


4377610_bodyshot_300x400.gif5130242_bodyshot_300x400.gif

Date of Wedding :2007-09-04

Date I-130 Sent :2008//02/12

Date I-130 NOA1 2008/02/13

Date I-130 NOA2 :2008-06-04

Date I-129F Sent :2008-03-20

I-129F RFE(s) :2008/05/20

I-129F RFE Reply(s) :2008/05/27,20

Date I-129F NOA2:2008-06-04

Date Package Received By NVC :2008-06-06?

Date Package Left From NVC :2008-06-11

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Yes there are hole where it had been stapled in and i have an appointment with cbp. in portland. They said they can replace it.

We had some problems at POE at JFK as well... they misspelled my hubbie's name, and entered the wrong birthdate in the system. We had to make an INFOPASS, and then return to the airport to get everything fixed. Your problem is a bit different, but it is worth investigating, especially if it is their mistake...

It's good news that the CBP in Portland said they could replace it! Good luck!


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