Arrival/Departure History Now Available on I-94 Webpage
As of May 1, 2014, Customs and Border Protection has a started a new webpage where U.S. visitors can now access their I-94 arrival/departure record and history. The electronic travel history shows a travel record of up to five years back from the request date. This webpage will now make it easier for travelers to have access to their travel/departure records without the need to file a Freedom of Information Act request.
Travelers will have access to the date and port of entry of their arrivals and departures. When accessing the web site, you will need your name, date of birth and passport information. Clicking on “Get Most Recent I-94” will give you the most recent date of entry, class of admission and admit-until date. Any changes of status, extensions or adjustments are not reflected in this information.
The page also gives you the option of printing the page. Your travel history can also be printed. The webpage is not limited to I-94 retrieval; it also allows you to cancel any pending requests for Freedom of Information Act as long as you have a FOIA Request Number.
Keep in mind that if you have lost your paper I-94 and it was issued prior to the online system, the record may not be available online and you will need to file a Form I-102, Application for Replacement/Initial Non-Immigrant Arrival-Departure Document, to receive a new copy of your I-94.
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