IF I HAVE STOLEN PASSPORT AND IT IS SHOW ON POLICE REPORT I CAN FILE WAIVER FORM (I-192)AND SEND TO US CIS HOW SOON I WILL GET GRANTED FOR U-VISA IT IS ONLY WHAT US CIS ASKING ONLY FOR MY PASSPORT INFO.
You need to meet with a local immigration attorney to review your "lost documents' and all required proofs for your pending or contemplated U-visa as this is a very detailed and precise legal way to qualify for such legal benefit.
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If you entered legally, you should not need I-192. Consult with legal counsel as you may simply need to replace your I-94. Good luck.
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