It will be best for an experienced immigration attorney to carefully investigate and try to determine more facts. There may be a possibility that a duplicated I-94 can be issued, but more information may be needed. Good luck.
This is general information, not legal advice, and does not create an attorney client relationship.
Your situation is complicated. Call an immigration attorney to discuss the matter. Good luck to you.
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Yes, I think it is time for you to get a lawyer.
PS When you said I-120 ... did you mean I-102 (I-94 replacement application?)
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