I left the US almost 12 years ago and forgot to turn in my I-94. I now want to apply for a non immigrant B2 Visa and need advice on what to do and if it will affect me in the issuing of a new visa.
- Do I need to do anything or notify any Immigration entity prior to soliciting a new visa 12 years later? Will the consulate have any record of my departure?
- Note: I have proof of my flight 12 years ago - Old ticket
It can be resolved. Please talk to an immigration attorney experienced in this issue.
Attorney: Immigration Law
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You prove that you left the US timely.
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Hopefully you also have an entry stamp in your passport of the country you entered after your U.S. departure you support your claim.
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