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I dont know my priority date

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How can i find out my priority date for an I-130 case. i also sent in the original copy of my I 94 how can i get that back. will i need it because when i check my statues on uscis website it shows that we are one before the last step ???? Don't know what to do

who is petitioning for you? where are you? how old are you?

if your i130, the priority date is on the approved i130. you will need to file and i102 for a oopy of the i94, if they find it. never send originals, only copies. why do you need the i94?

you need to explain your case, I'm just guessing.

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who is petitioning for you? where are you? how old are you?

if your i130, the priority date is on the approved i130. you will need to file and i102 for a oopy of the i94, if they find it. never send originals, only copies. why do you need the i94?

you need to explain your case, I'm just guessing.

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well my sister is petitioning for me,Im inside the USA,south carolina. im 34 years old. I know that my i130 was approved on april 30 2001. but i lost the form i received telling me my priority date. Lawyers have told me that i will need to show my i94 but i send the original in with my pettion. If anybody has went through this whole process please just tell me anything that would help me!!! :) thank you. ps: i came into the usa with a visitors visa but over stayed....is that going to hurt me a lot?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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since when are you in the US?

if you have been in the US before Dec 21st, 2000 then you are under the 245i law and you need to pay the $1000 fine. don't waste money on a copy of the i94, you can tell the officer that you lost it. they don't really need it because you have to pay the fine anyway to adjust in country.

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