Crazydre
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Lost I-94 number from 2005 (no 'admitted until' date) on the POE stamp
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If her entry stamp in the passport doesn't satisfy the USCIS, then unfortunately, her only hope might be applying for a replacement by completing and sending form I-102 to the USCIS She has to ...

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How can an ID card holder get a document certifying having legally entered Georgia?
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Turns out you can apply for an extract from the border crossing system at the Service Agency, which, in Tbilisi, is located at Petre Kavtaradze Street 5a. Takes a few days to issue.

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Should I provide "proof of relationship" when applying for a UK visa / spouse of EEA national?
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Visa applications are not the time to be minimalistic. Attach every single proof you have of being married and having lived together (flight tickets, photographs...everything!), along with an ...

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In need of some answers about returning to the US
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You were given an entry stamp for a 3-month stay but ended up living there for 9 years? To enter visa-free for 90 days, obviously your family must have stated that you're travelling for tourism, ...

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I was dismissed from my university. Do I need a new F1 visa?
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Your status is not determined by what visa you have, but once you travel abroad, you will need to obtain a new visa from the US embassy/consulate there. Bring all the relevant paperwork for this, and ...

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Is English used for administration in Georgia?
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Englush isn't an official language of course, but you can definitely use it when communicating with the Public Service Hall, which is where you obtain and extend residence permits. There will always ...

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I have an unlimited German residence Visa, but I haven't been there for 6 years. Will I be able to go back with the same visa?
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Given that Germany does not record entries and exits, and also (from what I've seen) doesn't stamp passports of residence permit holders, they're unlikely to know how long you've been out of the ...

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I am 19 years old in USA in J1 visa. I got a job offer, should I apply for green-card?
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If they're willing to sponsor you for a green card (which would be the best thing), then yes; however, it's usually H status you have to convert to. Keep in mind, if you Switch to H status, then next ...

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Is there anything called a yellow card for temporary residence in the USA?
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Whoever is telling you this is conning you. There is no such thing in the US. If it had been the UK, it could mean a yellow registration certificate for Croatians who are going to study. But in the ...

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Can someone originally granted asylum visit the home country after being granted Swedish citizenship?
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According to Swedish law a Swedish citizen who was born in Sweden or has ever lived in Sweden cannot lose their citizenship against their will: If you have been granted Swedish citizenship as per ...

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German national, studying in Switzerland, J1 visa for the US, which embassy/consulate?
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As stated on the US Travel Docs website: "Applicants are generally advised to apply in their country of nationality or residence. Any person who is legally present in Switzerland may apply for a ...

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Stamp date in passport is identical to passport expiry date
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Check her I-94 here (do two searches, one using the old passport number and one using the new one) and see what the stated "Admit Until Date" is. If it's Aug 2019, then what it says in the passport ...

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