I came to the America when I was 12 years old. I stayed for five months and went back to my country. I came back when I was 20 and ever since I have been living in America for the past 7 years. The only prove i have from my first short period i stayed is mi ITIN number which was processed when i was here the first time.
If you meet the other requirements, you very well could be eligible. I would guess USCIS would deny the case as a matter of discretion since your most recent entry of any significance was well after you turned 16.
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No, you do not.
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