My husband is due to renew his DACA permit. The only issue is that he cannot find the approval letter for previous renewal petition that he made (Feb 2017). He only has the I-797 forms for the renewal prior to that ( Feb 2015). Can we send a copy of his card and all the other forms required and potentially still get the renewal application approved? Or is it very necessary to include the previous petition approval forms? He has a few other forms sent to him after his 2017 renewal application : 3 separate I-797C Notices. We're wondering if that's enough to get another approval.
In general, to renew you must include ALL supporting documentation requested. He can obtain a copy of his I-797C by making a FOIA request to the USCIS.
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One may submit a copy of the approval or if the online case shows the approval submit that or make a FOIA request.
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