How can I get my I-94 number?

How can I get my I-94 number?

If you have a printed Form I-94, the number will be on your form. If you have an automated Form I-94, you may find your number by filling out CBP’s online Admission (I-94) Number Retrieval form. If you do not have a hardcopy of your automated Form I-94 and would like one, you may obtain it at the CBP website.

What is an I-94 form used for?

One important form is the Form I-94, “Arrival/Departure Record.” It shows the terms of your admission, including your legal status, length of time you may stay and expected departure date. Upon your admission to the United States at a port of entry, you will be issued a Form I‑94.

How do I find my US travel history?

To view your U.S. travel history, go to the CBP website and click on the “View Travel History” tab. In the next window, you will be required to read and accept terms of the website by clicking “Consent & Continue”.

Can we stay after I-94 expiry?

Once you reach the I-94 expiration date, your status ends, even if the other documents remain valid. There is no grace period beyond your I-94 expiration date while in H-1B status. Once your status ends or your employment ends, you need to make arrangements to depart the United States as soon as possible.

How can I apply for I-94 online?

CBP encourages travelers requiring an I-94 to use the CBP One™ mobile app or the CBP I-94 website ( to apply for their I-94.

What is I-94 number on passport?

The Form I-94 number also is known as the Departure Number or Admission Record Number. As of April 30, 2013, most Arrival and/or Departure records are created electronically upon arrival.

Who Must File Form I-94?

Form I-94 is the DHS Arrival/Departure Record issued to aliens who are admitted to the U.S., who are adjusting status while in the U.S. or extending their stay, among other things. A CBP officer gen- erally attaches the I-94 to the non-immigrant visi- tor’s passport upon U.S. entry.

How do I find my international travel history?

You can ask for a record of your specific dates of travel in and out of Australia (movement records) after 1981. See​ how to apply. Note: For movements before January 1981, you will need to contact the ​National Archives of Australia. They will not show the countries you travelled to or from.

Do I need I-94 after green card?

All persons entering the United States need an Form I-94 except U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (green card holders), returning resident aliens (SB-1 visa holders), and most Canadian citizens visiting or in transit.

Is I-94 a visa?

An I-94 is a status document, which defines the traveler’s visa status once inside the United States, and the length of stay permitted. Once a traveler is admitted to the United States, dates on the visa do not define how long the traveler is allowed to stay; the I-94 is the controlling document.

What visa type is I-94?

Overview. The I-94 Arrival/Departure Record is an important document for any foreign national in the U.S. on a temporary visa, including H-1B, J-1, E-3, and TN visas. It lists the entry date, port of entry, and visa status in which the scholar was admitted, and how long they were admitted for.

How does the US know when you leave the country?

The US processes passport details for all air passengers through a system called APIS, and ties that to the electronic I-94 (arrival and departure record). You can check your US arrival and departure history online. This allows you to verify their record of your departure.