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URGENT - NO DATE on I-94 stamp on Passport on B2 visa

Discussion in 'General B Visa and Related Issues' started by waiting_for, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. waiting_for

    waiting_for Registered Users (C)

    Hello all,

    Appreciate if one of you could provide a feedback on this question.

    My Parents visited to US on 04/07/07 on Visitor Visa, port of
    entry is LosAngeles, their visa expiration is until 2016, and
    their return tickets are for 10/06/07.

    There is no date on their I-94 or on the visat stamp on their passport,
    seems that the immigration officer forgot to put any date,
    Parents showed the Return ticket and the Immigration officer
    is aware that they want to stay for the next six months, with the
    stamp on Passport, he mentioned B2 as their visa class but
    did not put any dates for their visit.

    What to do (or) where to approach in this scenario?

  2. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    Consider it as an I-94 with a six months entry granted.
  3. waiting_for

    waiting_for Registered Users (C)

    Thanks for your response Triple_citizen.

    Anyone else has any suggestion on this?
    I am planning to check with the local USCIS office to see
    how this is being treated, reason being, I just dont want
    to assume the stay is granted for 6 months( if it was not
    that case).
  4. waitin_toolong

    waitin_toolong Registered Users (C)

    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 10, 2007
  5. waiting_for

    waiting_for Registered Users (C)

    The passport has the stamp mentioning the visa class B2,
    but the validity date was not filled-in, it's same with the I-94.

    Thanks very much waiting_toolong for the right pointer.
  6. waiting_for

    waiting_for Registered Users (C)


    Thanks waiting_toolong for your info, visited the nearest
    cbp deferred inspections office, and it took 2 mins to get
    the date stamped as they retrieved from their system.

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