Generally when filing an immigration petition, your previous immigration record is reviewable and hence the prevailing wisdom is minimize contact with immigration and not file a petition unless necessary or you're absolutely certain your record is spotless. However FOIA is not an immigration petition in itself so it would appear unlikely however nobody can tell you definitively yes or no it will lead to a review.
According to a panel of attorneys you have nothing to worry about in that regard.
Will a USCIS FOIA request cause me immigration problems?
While generally a FOIA request should not cause you problems your
request will become part of your file and may constitute an admission.
I typically prefer to send a simple request rather than fill out the
G-639 because that form discloses a lot of unnecessary information. If
there is something in your past that troubles you you may consider
getting a PO Box address or having an attorney send the FOIA on your
behalf to create a layer of insulation.
It does appear you are looking at filing a simple request instead of G-639 so you should be good.