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Question! my wife got here in the U.S on September 26th and we got married December 8th. Her I-94 just expired a couple of days ago. Will this be a problem now that we are going to go through the AOS process??? according to the AOS step by step process, i needed a Valid i-94.. Thanks in advance for your help!


K-1 Fiancee Visa Process

Service Center..............Vermont/Consulate.....................Manila==>MNL-2008692057

Event Timeline

I-129F Sent to VSC............................................. 04/01/08

I-129F Received by VSC................................... .04/02/08

I-129F NOA 1.................................................... .04/03/08...touched 4/29/08

I-129F RFEs.........................................................N/A

I-129F RFE Reply..................................................N/A

I-129F NOA 2.......................................................07/08/08

NVC received.......................................................07/10/08

NVC mailed..........................................................7/14/08

Consulate Received.............................................. 7/18/08

Called for interview appointment ($18)................7/21/08

Paid VISA processing fee/validated DS form($131)..8/01/08

Paid DELBROS document verification fee ($15)........7/25/08..arrived at USEM 8/22/08

CFO Seminar/Stamp..............................................9/18/08

Medical Appt ($215)..............................................7/24-7/25/08

Interview Date.....................................................08/05/08 @ 7AM, approved 9/2/08

VISA Delivered ($7)............................................. 9/6/08

flight home to Daddy(9/26/08)($859.60)/POE (detriot); Final destination: Jax, FL

I promise to love you in good times and in bad, with all I have to give and all that I am, in the only way I know how -- completely and forever......

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Question! my wife got here in the U.S on September 26th and we got married December 8th. Her I-94 just expired a couple of days ago. Will this be a problem now that we are going to go through the AOS process??? according to the AOS step by step process, i needed a Valid i-94.. Thanks in advance for your help!

It's not a problem - just copy the I-94 (front and back) as the guides indicate. :thumbs:

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Copy the I-94 front and back to send with AOS paperwork. If you can, send it soon coz once I-94 expires, she has no status. Not saying anything will happen but better be safe than sorry. All the best!

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