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I-94 Arrival-Departure Record for Form I-485 and Form I-765

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Hello, I am looking at Forms I-485 and I-765. When they request a Form I-94, are they asking for a printout of the electronic I-94 or a photocopy of the white card that was stapled into my passport? Also, what do they mean by the front and back of it? The electronic I-94 doesn't appear to have a back. Thanks.

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16 minutes ago, mch1234 said:

Hello, I am looking at Forms I-485 and I-765. When they request a Form I-94, are they asking for a printout of the electronic I-94 or a photocopy of the white card that was stapled into my passport? Also, what do they mean by the front and back of it? The electronic I-94 doesn't appear to have a back. Thanks.

I dont believe CBP issues paper I94s anymore but the reason they say front and back of it is because some ppl are applying for AOS after 10 years of being in the US. Those ppl would have a paper I94 so they would photocopy front and back. 

As you are a recent entry you would simply print your electronic I94. It does not have a back and they recognize that.

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I filed my AoS (from TN Status) a few days ago, and provided a photocopy of the front and back of the paper I-94 I received at the border since my employer's name is listed on the back of the sheet, along with a printout of the full electronic I-94. The electronic one reflects entries on my previous paper I-94 and from my previous passport, so I figured it was worthwhile to be comprehensive. Also, I had to provide the paper copy specifically because I needed to provide evidence of lawful entry and continued lawful presence in the US. 


AOS from TN Status

 

07/07/2018 -- Married

12/01/2018 -- Mailed AOS Package (I-130/I-130A, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131) to Chicago Lockbox

12/03/2018 [Day 1] -- AOS Package received at Chicago Lockbox

12/07/2018 [Day 4] -- Credit card charged $1760 for I-130, I-485 + biometrics fee (via Form G-1450)

12/11/2018 [Day 8] -- Four (4) text alerts confirming receipt of case (12:23AM, 12:28AM, 12:29AM, 12:29AM)  

12/17/2018 [Day 14] -- Four (4) Form I-797C (Notice of Action) received in mail (Notice Date: 12/10/2018) 

12/21/2018 [Day 18] -- Biometrics Appointment Notice received (Appointment Date: 01/02/2019)

12/24/2018 [Day 21] -- Courtesy letter received re: I-693 (not submitted with initial petition)

01/02/2019 [Day 30] -- Biometrics completed 

01/07/2019 [Day 35] -- Biometrics review completed (Case Tracker status updated for I-485)

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Hi, I m in same boat situation with ur electronic  I 94 - also mine on the website doesn’t show my latest arrival it only shows the entry from before,  I’m in AOS from B2 - marriage based w us citizen and overstay. I dont know if will be ok to attach the I 94 with that information, please if you any help from a lawyer can uadvice thnx in advance.

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