What does an I-94 look like?

Old May 27th 2001, 6:42 pm
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scott patton
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For various forms I am filling out (I-130, 485, etc...) we need a copy of th I-94. Is
that just the small card stapled in the passport? Is it okay to remove it to copy
both sides?

Just trying to do this right the first time!

Scott
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Old May 27th 2001, 6:54 pm
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Andrew Osler
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Scott,

That's exactly what the I-94 is. It's issued to those entering the United States as
non-immigrants, it is removed from the passport when you leave the US.

Andrew.

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Old May 27th 2001, 11:27 pm
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Yes, that's the one. My fiancee's I-94 was not stapled but merely placed inside the
passport, so it should be ok to remove the staple to make copies. I would keep the
I-94 in the passport after you finish making copies for safe keeping.

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