I finally got my FOIA documents from the Department of Homeland Security, courtesy my brilliant lawyer.
There’s nothing of interest or importance in the stack of 300-something pages besides this one page, where the officer puts down that I entered the country on May 12, 2010, with the right to remain till November 12, 2010:
Do recall, that the actual Notice to Appear states that I was “admitted to the United States at Los Angeles, California on or around November 13, 1999 as a non-immigrant B-2 visitor for pleasure with authorization to remain in the United States for a temporary period not to exceed November 10, 1999.”
It’s pretty obvious that none of this is actually true. And it is hilarious, considering a copy of my F-2 and I-94 are in my immigration files.
I’m going to start making up random dates for things too, because if the government can do it, I can too!
Of course, my lawyer will probably say it’s not the U.S. government. It’s just USCIS.