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I am in the united states, I arrived here on sunday august 7th.

I have my i-94 in my passport. However, a portion of the i-94 has been water damaged!

You can still see the date, my name and all that, but some of the stamp is dissolved. The paper sticks out of my passport, and must have gotten near a water bottle in my purse or something.

HELP!

What do I do? Do I request a new one?

I'm so scared, I hope someone can help.


129f sent May 29th 2010

NOA1 date June 2nd 2010

NOA2 date June 24th 2010 (!!!)

NVC June 29th 2010

Embassy July 1st 2010

Packet 3 July 3rd 2010

Packet 3 returned and interview scheduled July 7th 2010

Medical July 12th 2010

Interview July 28th 2010 - APPROVED

Moved August 7th

Married October 23rd

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AOS + EAD + AP sent 24th of February

EAD + AP approved April 21st, card received May 5th

AOS approved May 2nd, card received May 7th

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I am in the united states, I arrived here on sunday august 7th.

I have my i-94 in my passport. However, a portion of the i-94 has been water damaged!

You can still see the date, my name and all that, but some of the stamp is dissolved. The paper sticks out of my passport, and must have gotten near a water bottle in my purse or something.

HELP!

What do I do? Do I request a new one?

I'm so scared, I hope someone can help.

The most important parts of the I-94 are the 11 digit admission number, the admission class (written inside the stamp), and the expiration date. If these are legible then you should be fine.

Henceforth, keep your passport in a ziplock bag. :whistle:


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12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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