I came here when i was 6 years old and curretly applying for the deffered action ..i came in with out inspection and not sure what to put in line 15
Just put "EWI" (entered without inspection).
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EWI - entered without inspection.
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Although I agree that your response appears to be EWI ... I strongly encourage you to get professional help.
Many attorneys are not charging too much to do these papers.
Plus, there are TONS of non-profit organizations helping for free.
Get professional help ... this is too important for you to do-it-alone.
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