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Wrong POE date on I-94

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Hello,

 

We are in the middle of filling out paperwork for AOS. My spouse had a flight from Belgium --> Las Vegas --> Seattle. Arrival in Las Vegas was 10/20. Arrival in Seattle was 10/21. I believe that his POE date should read 10/20, but his electronic I94 states that his date of entry was 10/21. 

 

Is this a problem/does it need to be corrected? What date should be used on form I-485 for "most recent date of entry"? 

 

Thanks in advance! 

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Good question, we had a similar issue. My guess was because my husband arrived on the west coast which is PST and the system records in EST. just a guess.... I put the date that was listed on his I-94 even though it is technically incorrect. for his arrival date I put the actual correct date. On one section it says "about what date was the arrival date" or something like that so I figured they see this a lot and they could figure it out. But now that someone else is asking id like to know as well


 

 

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2 minutes ago, L and E said:

Good question, we had a similar issue. My guess was because my husband arrived on the west coast which is PST and the system records in EST. just a guess.... I put the date that was listed on his I-94 even though it is technically incorrect. for his arrival date I put the actual correct date. On one section it says "about what date was the arrival date" or something like that so I figured they see this a lot and they could figure it out. But now that someone else is asking id like to know as well

Ah, that could be what happened to us as well. I think he entered around 8pm PST, which is before midnight EST but I wonder if maybe it got logged into the system at a later point. That's frustrating.

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I would enter the I-94 date.


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