CBP Announces New Website for Nonimmigrant Travel History

U.S. Customs and Border Protection have announced a new feature for their online I-94 entry/exit system. Our Los Angeles immigration attorneys have happy with this new feature as it will allow for nonimmigrant U.S. visitors to access the arrival/departure record for any point within the past 5 years.

Beginning May 1, 2014, CBP will now allow individuals to visit CBP.gov/I94 where they can retrieve the I-94 arrival/departure record number and the five-year travel history by entering your name, date of birth and passport information.

When using this new online system, clicking on “Get Travel History” will return a five-year travel history based on the I-94 records, which may also be printed. Clicking on “Get Most Recent I-94” will return the I-94 number, most recent date of entry, class of admission and admit-until date. However, the CBP system does not reflect changes of status, extension of stay or adjustment of status granted by USCIS.

For help finding your I-94 number, contact our immigration lawyer for a free consultation.

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