Yes, to prove that you entered legally.
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You better do, if you want to be able to adjust here in the US. The burden is yours to show lawful admission.
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Yes. You have to prove you entered legally, and the I-94 is what you include to prove that.
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Great answers from my colleagues. So much so that I have nothing to add.
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