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In researching the AOS process a lot of questions have come up. I am hoping somebody can shed some light on this issue:

My fiance (here in the US legally under a TN visa/status) had an H1-B visa back in 2003 that was due to expire in 2006. In 2005 he was unexpectedly let go of the company that sponsored his H1-B. He found another job and obtained a TN visa. He never "did" anything with his H1-B. I actually still have a copy of it with the attached I-94. Was he supposed to "do" something with it? Is this going to come up during our AOS process?

Thank you for your advice.

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