I would imagine you can. Explain in your affidavit what happened with I-94 and the whole case. Attach copies of old I-94... Good luck!
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yes, You have to file I824 and ask for duplicate.
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I would recommend that you follow the instructions that USCIS gave you in their correspondence.
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