My spouse is traveling to US in H4 visa and forgot to take the copy of my I797.
What can be done incase immigration officer asked for my I797 copy, I have mailed the copy to her email id.
She was not able to take the print out from airport.
Incase if needed will the officer be contacting me?
Re-classifying so immigration lawyers will see this.
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The officer can look up the principal in the DHS system from the H4 visa annotation.
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