You should attach the approval notice. You can also attach your passport visa stamp and entry document to demonstrate that you entered on a K visa. You should consult with an immigration attorney. Good luck.
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Yes. If you have an APPROVED I-130 it will sufface. The I-94 may also sufface. If they require the I-129 approval the USCIS will send you an RFI. This will result in your cases taking longer then the average adjustment.
You may want to make an infor pass to your local USCIS Sub-office. They may give you a copy of the lost approval. If they will not you will have to request one from the USCIS.
I would include a copy of the K visa and your K annotated I-94.
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I agree with attorney Fong.
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