An I-94 is essentially an immigrant’s recorded entry and exit of the United States. The I-94 is also sometimes called an Arrival-Departure Record. In the event Customs and Border Protection (CBP) does not stamp an immigrant’s passport or provide an I-94 card, the immigrant will likely be able to find their I-94 in its electronic format. There are some instances where CBP will only perform an electronic I-94, due to the form of transportation and as a means to streamline admission into the United States.
The immigrant will need the following to access their record:
- Last Name
- First Name
- Date of Birth
- Passport Number
- Passport’s Country of Issuance
The electronic I-94 may be accessed at the following address: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/#/recent-search
If you have any questions or concerns, you should speak with a local Immigration Attorney.
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