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Dear Editor:

It's been my experience that the most of ports of entry do not have authority to process and such notations do not have any meaning in the law. I once asked the same question to the Director of DFW. He stated that he did not know why examiners were doing that. I think you don't have to be concerned with "SII" for the same reason. But, I think the examiner was probably right because your client should not have used B-2 unless s/he is going back to her/his country. Anyhow, INS has a policy to allow AOS for a B-2 who is married to a USC if the person's violation is only her/his visa classification.

Stephen Lee


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