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I-485 - Were you inspected by a US immigration officer?

Discussion in 'Family Based Green Card -Through Marriage/Relative' started by Ashish_Jai, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. Ashish_Jai

    Ashish_Jai New Member

    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me what the answer should be for the question "Were you inspected by a US immigration officer?"

    I mean we all were inspected by an immigration officer...than what is the point of asking this question. I wanted to know if the question imply something else

    Thanks

    Ashish
  2. PraetorianXI

    PraetorianXI Banned

    Not everyone is inspected by an Immigration Officer.

    Many (from 15-20 millions) people have crossed over the border illegally (raft, dessert, river, etc).

    The point is to establish if you are eligible for AOS, you are eligible if you entered the US legally through a port of entry at an airport, sea port, border patrol check point. etc. Given an I-94?

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