In June 2017 I have received E-2 visa for the first time for my business in USA, when entered US on July 2017 I received I-94 for 2 years, however when I left for two weeks for holidays recently I only received upon arrival I-94 for 5 months with the end date the same as expiration of my E-2 visa. What can I do to have the I-94 for two years?
You should have asked to talk to a CBP supervisor while you were still at the airport.
Now you have to contact CBP at the airport.
Consider using a lawyer.
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You may wish to discuss your concerns with an immigration lawyer or contact CBP.
Did you not notice the dates granted during inspection? Did CBP provide an explanation and/or where there any issues? It was most likely a mistake. You will need to contact CBP to have it fixed. If you need assistance engage the services of lawyer. Good Luck!
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