I-94????????

Old Jan 28th 2001, 11:38 am
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Hello, I am filling in the I-129F petition. It ask for an arrival/departure number from
form I-94 or I-95. My fiance visited me but we do not have those forms. How do we find out
this information, or may we write unknown? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Connie
 
Old Jan 28th 2001, 10:28 pm
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Mafalda
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The I-94 form is the little piece of white paper that you keep when entering the US.....

Flower831858672
>Hello, I am filling in the I-129F petition. It ask for an arrival/departure number from
>form I-94 or I-95. My fiance visited me but we do not have those forms. How do we find
>out this information, or may we write unknown? Any information would be greatly
>appreciated. Thanks, Connie
 
Old Jan 30th 2001, 12:33 am
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Seems to me that it would be N/A..not applicable..

> Hello, I am filling in the I-129F petition. It ask for an arrival/departure
number
> from form I-94 or I-95. My fiance visited me but we do not have those
forms.
> How do we find out this information, or may we write unknown? Any
information
> would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Connie
 
Old Jan 31st 2001, 3:14 pm
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He "visited" you? Meaning he is no longer in the country? Re-read that question. ONLY if
he is in the country now do you fill in the I-94 info. Otherwise, you can write NONE, but
in Q. 13, it is CLEAR that you ONLY set pen in those blanks IF your fiance is CURRENTLY
IN THE US.

If he IS in the US now, he WILL have an I-94 unless he is from Canada, or perhaps Mexico.
If he IS in the US AND he is from Canada, then just write, "Canadian, no I-94" and give
his date of arrival as asked. "Visitor, Inspected" (only for Canadians)

The use of N/A is very dangerous and will lead to RFE/RFI's. When in doubt, just answer
the question. Either you have an answer. Or the answer is NONE, or it is a two part
question and you answered NONE to the first part and can therefore answer N/A to the
second part. Never use N/A where the answer is NONE. Don't use N/A when the answer is
something like "Canadian, No I-94".

Of all the advice you get, heed the "Don't use N/A when you should use NONE or an actual
answer" advice when filling in INS forms. If INS asks the question, you can BET they WILL
think it is APPLICABLE.

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Service http://www.ins.usdoj.gov {I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. For
reliable advice, please consult with a professional immigration attorney.}

>
> Seems to me that it would be N/A..not applicable..

> > Hello, I am filling in the I-129F petition. It ask for an arrival/departure
> number
> > from form I-94 or I-95. My fiance visited me but we do not have those
> forms.
> > How do we find out this information, or may we write unknown? Any
> information
> > would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Connie
> >
 

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