FOIA: Lets Make Up Dates!

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!

No?

Of course, my lawyer will probably say it’s not the U.S. government. It’s just USCIS.

5 Replies to “FOIA: Lets Make Up Dates!”

  1. the inmigration laws, are plenty of unclear ways, why you have to wait 15 to 20 years for granted, they destroy families, lives and dreams.

  2. the inmigration laws, are plenty of unclear ways, why you have to wait 15 to 20 years for granted, they destroy families, lives and dreams.

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