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What forms do I use if I overstay in USA and lost my i94. I'm married to a USA citizen

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I entered the country in 1992 legally and over stayed past my allowed time. I just recently married and want to apply for green card is it possible with out a I94 document that I lost.

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Yes, it is possible.


If you still have your passport with the entry stamp, that might be enough. Otherwise, you will need to file a Form I-102 to replace your I-94.

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