My assumption is that your records are straight (and match what you said). Basically, I just hope you are not assuming they do not have travel records because there is no stamp in your passport.
Originally Posted by mariainclt
Based on this assumption, there this seems to a clear mistake by CIS in calculations and their records.
#1. Get a lawyer.
#2. Appeal. It is worth it.
#3. Do it quick. You do not have much time. It can take a good couple of weeks to write a formal response (appeal).
GC: EB1: 1999 ==> 2004. 3 yr delay due to lost file. N400: San Jose. Apr'09 ==> Aug'09.
I am not a lawyer, forum police, moderator, moralizer or an immigration officer. If I sound like one, use "your" best judgement.