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Old 05-22-2012, 09:33 PM
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Default I-485 DENIED..."MISSING" proof of entry

HELLO EVERYONE!

my wife and i went in for her green card interview two weeks ago and our decision arrived today..."DENIED". the official reason is that after a "query of USCIS systems failed to show that an individual with your [her] name, country of citizenship and alleged admission date was inspected and admitted into the United States on [date]." a second reason that was given explaining the decision was the fact that my wife supposedly failed to give the correct port of entry into the US.

now, what is most disconcerting is that as part of the papers we brought to the interview was the original copy of her passport with the stamp as well as the original I-94 with her name, nationality, and port of entry as well as the date. if that isn't proof, then what is??

as for the second reason, my wife had always been traveling to and from the US as a child and during the interview, she didn't remember the exact port of entry because it wasn't really significant for her.

since USCIS interviewer took the original I-94 with her after the interview, what exactly should i do now? i definitely have a copy of the all the documents we gave to her but how are we to go about fighting the reasons for denial?

thanks for any advice, it'd be hugely appreciated!
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Old 05-24-2012, 02:56 PM
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HELLO EVERYONE!

my wife and i went in for her green card interview two weeks ago and our decision arrived today..."DENIED". the official reason is that after a "query of USCIS systems failed to show that an individual with your [her] name, country of citizenship and alleged admission date was inspected and admitted into the United States on [date]." a second reason that was given explaining the decision was the fact that my wife supposedly failed to give the correct port of entry into the US.

now, what is most disconcerting is that as part of the papers we brought to the interview was the original copy of her passport with the stamp as well as the original I-94 with her name, nationality, and port of entry as well as the date. if that isn't proof, then what is??

as for the second reason, my wife had always been traveling to and from the US as a child and during the interview, she didn't remember the exact port of entry because it wasn't really significant for her.

since USCIS interviewer took the original I-94 with her after the interview, what exactly should i do now? i definitely have a copy of the all the documents we gave to her but how are we to go about fighting the reasons for denial?

thanks for any advice, it'd be hugely appreciated!
USCIS is DUMB. Get professional help immediately as she started accumulating unlawful presence from the day her I-485 got denied. I would suggest you go for a very good attorney like Murthy (Murthy Law Firm : U.S. Immigration Law) or Rajiv Khanna (Immigration.Com - Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna, PC | Providing immigration representation for clients from all 50 states and abroad). Please don't go for run-of-the-mill immigration attorneys as they will just screw this up more.

Good luck and God bless.
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Old 05-24-2012, 03:32 PM
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HELLO EVERYONE!

my wife and i went in for her green card interview two weeks ago and our decision arrived today..."DENIED". the official reason is that after a "query of USCIS systems failed to show that an individual with your [her] name, country of citizenship and alleged admission date was inspected and admitted into the United States on [date]." a second reason that was given explaining the decision was the fact that my wife supposedly failed to give the correct port of entry into the US.

now, what is most disconcerting is that as part of the papers we brought to the interview was the original copy of her passport with the stamp as well as the original I-94 with her name, nationality, and port of entry as well as the date. if that isn't proof, then what is??

as for the second reason, my wife had always been traveling to and from the US as a child and during the interview, she didn't remember the exact port of entry because it wasn't really significant for her.

since USCIS interviewer took the original I-94 with her after the interview, what exactly should i do now? i definitely have a copy of the all the documents we gave to her but how are we to go about fighting the reasons for denial?

thanks for any advice, it'd be hugely appreciated!
What you mean by original I94 ?
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:36 PM
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I-94 is the small piece of paper they officer stamps when u arrive at a port of entry.

the officer who interviewed us kept the i-94 (original) i now only have a copy of that...
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Old 05-25-2012, 10:46 AM
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I-94 is the small piece of paper they officer stamps when u arrive at a port of entry.

the officer who interviewed us kept the i-94 (original) i now only have a copy of that...


your I-94 is anyway taken away from you whenever you depart USA.
You may still have some records in your passport stamping etc.
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Old 05-28-2012, 11:54 AM
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your I-94 is anyway taken away from you whenever you depart USA.
Not if you haven't left since your last entry. I still have my original I94 from over ten years ago.
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Old 05-30-2012, 12:31 PM
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Not if you haven't left since your last entry. I still have my original I94 from over ten years ago.
I traveled quite a bit out of USA and I always have to surrender I-94.
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Old 05-30-2012, 12:49 PM
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HELLO EVERYONE!

my wife and i went in for her green card interview two weeks ago and our decision arrived today..."DENIED". the official reason is that after a "query of USCIS systems failed to show that an individual with your [her] name, country of citizenship and alleged admission date was inspected and admitted into the United States on [date]." a second reason that was given explaining the decision was the fact that my wife supposedly failed to give the correct port of entry into the US.

now, what is most disconcerting is that as part of the papers we brought to the interview was the original copy of her passport with the stamp as well as the original I-94 with her name, nationality, and port of entry as well as the date. if that isn't proof, then what is??

as for the second reason, my wife had always been traveling to and from the US as a child and during the interview, she didn't remember the exact port of entry because it wasn't really significant for her.

since USCIS interviewer took the original I-94 with her after the interview, what exactly should i do now? i definitely have a copy of the all the documents we gave to her but how are we to go about fighting the reasons for denial?

thanks for any advice, it'd be hugely appreciated!
Do you have a copy of the I-94, then you can prove that your port of entry, or go thru the Visa pages on the passport to find out the stamp, then you can appeal.
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what is the status of your case nyfuture? Did you get it resolved?
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