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Please Help, AOS, I 94 wrong “most recent date of entry” with overstay

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Hello I am in process to fill my package to USCIS based on AOS through marriage w an US citizen  (concurrent filling), I entered US on visa B2 in 12/02/2017,and overstayed, now I am happily married. Therefore trying to fill the forms I have noticed that my I 94 has the different information than my passport entry stamps.

Anyone know to advise for My case I 94 with wrong “ most recent date of entry” but in travel history and passport visa stamp is all correct what should I do? What information I put in the forms? I attach the I 94 like this but with proof of correct entry in US?

I mention that I called CBS and the told me they can’t fix it if I overstayed, and advised to fill for I 102 with USCIS. 

Anyone had a similar case?

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Did you go to the website to view your I-94, maybe it's updated there.



August 26, 2017 - Married

February 20, 2018 - AOS Package Sent

March 02, 2018 - AOS Package Received

April 03, 2018 - RFE for income requirement

April 09, 2018 - RFE replied with 2017 filed income tax

April 25, 2018 - REF Received

August 22,2018  - EAD Approved

September 05, 2018 - Received noticed of interview scheduled

October 02, 2018 - Interview (Approved) 

October 10, 2018 - Green Card Received


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5 minutes ago, hoangthaihuy said:

Mine was not updated, either. It shows the date of entry in 2016 while I traveled out and in 4 times last year.

Identical for me, did u already sent ur pakage to USCIS? If, yes, they accepted the I 94?

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I just submitted the i94 retrieved online. No problem. But I have been on F1 visa the whole time and never been overstaying. You need to talk to a lawyer if unsure about things. I'm not a lawyer so nothing I can guarantee you. 

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