U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has updated its webpage offering nonimmigrant visa holders online access to their I-94 arrival/departure record to now also include the visa holder’s arrival/departure history.
Upon visiting the site and agreeing to its terms and conditions, visitors will need to enter their name, date of birth, and passport information. Clicking “Get Most Recent I-94,” will return a nonimmigrant’s I-94 number, most recent date of entry, class of admission, and the date they are admitted until. Clicking “Get Travel History,” will return the five-year travel history based on the I-94 record. There is also an option to print all of this information.
CBP expects that by allowing nonimmigrants to access their current I-94 travel history online, there will no longer be a need for a nonimmigrant to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in order to receive their travel history. For those who have already filed a FOIA request but who can now access the requested information electronically, CBP notes the request can be cancelled using the new website by entering the FOIA request number and clicking “Request FOIA Cancellation.”
In the event that a nonimmigrant lost their paper I-94 and the information is not retrievable using the new website, they may still file Form I-102, Application for Replacement/Initial Non-Immigrant Arrival-Departure Document, with USCIS.