No, an I-102 will not be necessary if you have a date certain entry stamp on your passport.
Current status: "out of status."
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I agree with the attorney to the extent that it is advisable to seek a replacement of the I-94.
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There are local policies, and it depends on the office. Many CIS offices will accept the visa and passport stamp as proof of admission.
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A stamp in the passport may be sufficient, if you have that. An i94 is definitely good. Either way, adjusting status is complicated, as you can tell, and using a lawyer is a good way to make sure you are not overlooking any other potential pitfalls.