I came to the usa legally as a child, i lost my passport , i filed a police report, i filed for I 102 an I was denied, im married to a USA citizen 3yrs now, we been together for seven, we have a child together. I need to prove my entry an i think the system is just taking my money, I 102 is to file if your I 94 was lost or stolen...so if I lost it why they denying me...I came with my dad an I have his passport he is deceased now...help me please!!!
See if you can get a certified copy of your Declarations form. I know from my days as a federal prosecutor that they save them... I don't know how long they save them.... and I have no idea how you go about getting one.
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You should retain an immigration lawyer and have him/her review a copy of the filed I-102 application.
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The fact that the 102 was denied doesn't make a lot of sense. You can also do a freedom of information act request. If you really want to properly take care of this hire an attorney. My firm is experienced with these types of issues.
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