An I-94 is a form denoting the Arrival-Departure Record of particular aliens used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) uses Form I-94 also. Form I-94 must be completed at the time of entry to the United States by foreign citizens that are being admitted into the United States in a nonimmigrant visa status. While citizens of the countries in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program (VWP) list, who are entering the United States via an air or seaport for 90 days or less and who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents are required to complete an I-94W ("Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure Form"), these visitors must now also obtain an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to traveling to the United States. The I-94W f

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  • An I-94 is a form denoting the Arrival-Departure Record of particular aliens used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) uses Form I-94 also. Form I-94 must be completed at the time of entry to the United States by foreign citizens that are being admitted into the United States in a nonimmigrant visa status. While citizens of the countries in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program (VWP) list, who are entering the United States via an air or seaport for 90 days or less and who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents are required to complete an I-94W ("Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure Form"), these visitors must now also obtain an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to traveling to the United States. The I-94W form requirement has been dropped during Summer 2010, after a transitional period, for VWP applicants. A completed Form I-94 is presented by the foreign citizen at the port of entry to the United States to a CBP Officer, who stamps the form and gives the final approval for admission of the alien into the United States in a specific nonimmigrant status for a specific authorized period. As a general rule, aliens who are not U.S. permanent residents departing the United States are required to surrender their Form I-94 when leaving the United States, so that their departure can be properly recorded by the CBP Officers (typically to the airline or ship representative, or into a deposit box in the terminal). If the Departure Record portion is not surrendered then it may cause difficulties trying to re-enter the USA, as the systems used to track ingoing and outgoing visitors may show that the holder has overstayed, although this may be rectified. When departing the United States for Canada or Mexico, for a trip of less than 30 days, it is not required to surrender the I-94 If the I-94 form is lost or stolen while the nonimmigrant is in the United States, a replacement form may be requested from USCIS. While in the United States, non-immigrant visitors may apply for a change of non-immigrant visa status from one category to another or for an extension of the previous non-immigrant status by filing form Form I-539 with USCIS. Upon approving such application, USCIS issues an approval notice, the bottom portion of which is a new Form I-94 for the non-immigrant, reflecting that visitor's new or extended non-immigrant visa status and also showing a new authorization period for that status. The I-94 paper form is no longer issued for international visitors arriving by sea or by air. Instead, arrival and departure information is gathered electronically from carriers. This system shift went into effect at five airports (Charlotte, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, and Orlando) on April 30, 2013, and progressively introduced at other major ports of entry during the following three weeks until it went nationwide. Customs and Border Protection launched a new webpage on May 1, 2014, that offers nonimmigrant U.S. visitors access to their I-94 arrival/departure record and their arrival/departure history. The CBP webpage allows nonimmigrant travelers to access arrival/departure records going back five years from the request date. This electronic travel-history function means that travelers may no longer need to file Freedom of Information Act requests to receive their arrival/departure history, greatly speeding their process. Travelers will have electronic access to the date and port of entry of their arrivals and departures. (en)
  • I-94とは、アメリカ合衆国に入国する外国人の出入国記録のための用紙(出入国カード)である。 (ja)
  • I-94表格是美国海关及边境保卫局颁发给外国人,用于记录其在美国入境、出境信息的文件。美国公民及移民服务局也使用I-94表格,外国人入境美国时必须完成该表的填写,然后以非移民的身份进入美国。对于能够以免签证計劃或其他免簽證資格入境美国的外国人,他们虽然不是美国公民或美国永久居民,但是能通过机场或港口入境美国并停留少于90天的时间,这类人士需要完成的是I-94W表格(非移民签证豁免者入境、出境表格),并必须在前往美国之前在旅遊許可電子系統(Electronic System for Travel Authorization, ESTA)登记。2013年4月26日起,所有从机场和海路入境的外国旅客入境美国将不再需要填写入出境登记卡I-94,外国旅客在登机前往美国前,资料已同步透过旅客资料预报系统传送。而从陆路入境的外国旅客仍然需要纸质的I94卡。 (zh)
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  • I-94とは、アメリカ合衆国に入国する外国人の出入国記録のための用紙(出入国カード)である。 (ja)
  • I-94表格是美国海关及边境保卫局颁发给外国人,用于记录其在美国入境、出境信息的文件。美国公民及移民服务局也使用I-94表格,外国人入境美国时必须完成该表的填写,然后以非移民的身份进入美国。对于能够以免签证計劃或其他免簽證資格入境美国的外国人,他们虽然不是美国公民或美国永久居民,但是能通过机场或港口入境美国并停留少于90天的时间,这类人士需要完成的是I-94W表格(非移民签证豁免者入境、出境表格),并必须在前往美国之前在旅遊許可電子系統(Electronic System for Travel Authorization, ESTA)登记。2013年4月26日起,所有从机场和海路入境的外国旅客入境美国将不再需要填写入出境登记卡I-94,外国旅客在登机前往美国前,资料已同步透过旅客资料预报系统传送。而从陆路入境的外国旅客仍然需要纸质的I94卡。 (zh)
  • An I-94 is a form denoting the Arrival-Departure Record of particular aliens used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) uses Form I-94 also. Form I-94 must be completed at the time of entry to the United States by foreign citizens that are being admitted into the United States in a nonimmigrant visa status. While citizens of the countries in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program (VWP) list, who are entering the United States via an air or seaport for 90 days or less and who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents are required to complete an I-94W ("Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure Form"), these visitors must now also obtain an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to traveling to the United States. The I-94W f (en)
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  • Form I-94 (en)
  • I-94 (ja)
  • I-94 (表格) (zh)
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