I-94 Changes

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The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has automated the border entry process, and travelers coming to the U.S. will no longer receive a paper I-94 form, unless entering via a land border (from Mexico and Canada).

The I-94 is used to note when you arrive in the United States and when you must leave. Arrival and departure records will now be electronic for most users.

It is recommended that all InterExchange Career Training USA participants with the new electronic records access and print their I-94 information by visiting www.cbp.gov/i94. You should bring this printed copy when applying for a Social Security Number, and you should always be aware of the date by which you must leave the U.S. at the end of your program.

You can watch the following video for help accessing your digital I-94 information: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/jsp/CaptivateVideo.jsp

Ani Kington Ani Kington

Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Ani is a fan of exploring new places through photography and the local cuisine. After earning her BFA in photography from NYU and gaining communications experience at International Planned Parenthood Federation, she joined InterExchange in 2012, and worked as the Marketing Producer until 2016.

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