You can file a I-102 or a Freedom of Information Act Request to see what shows up. An attorney could help you
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You can file a G-649 FOIA request with Customs Border Patrol. It can take about 8-10 months to get the information. An immigration attorney can also help you find those records.
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I agree with my colleagues. FOIA and filing an I-102 maybe your best option. Good luck.
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