Springfield, MA asked in Immigration Law for Massachusetts

Q: For green card process through spouse. With all documents in hand, would a i-94 be required?

Very basic status. Green card through spouse (me as citizen husband) and (spouse is the person for green card) no criminal background, has daca and came to states as a B2 visitor, and has been here for years.

Have all applications in hand for process, just wanted to confirm if the specific i-94 is needed since it seems few cases has completed without it.

Much appreciated on response.

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Ify Princess Ikeakanam
Ify Princess Ikeakanam
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Charlotte, NC

A: Hey, Call me ASAP before you submit that application. Marriage based greencard is my main practice area.

If you are referring to the 1-944, it is definitely a big part of adjusting status since 02/24/2020

If you are asking about the i-94 arrival/Departure history that is also a big part of the eligibility requirements.

***This is not Legal advice

Ms Grace I Gardiner agrees with this answer

Ms Grace I Gardiner
Ms Grace I Gardiner
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • New York, NY

A: Additionally I do recommend a discussion with an immigration attorney. All I can advise is always follow the instructions given

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