New I-94 feature will remind travelers when to depart

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On June 1, 2017, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection added a new function today to the I-94 website that allows certain Visa Waiver Program travelers to check the status of their stay in the United States. 

To check their admitted until date, travelers will enter their name, birthdate, passport number and passport country of issuance. If a traveler has overstayed the terms of their admission, the traveler is notified via email and referred to the I-94 website, which provides eligible travelers with information regarding next steps to take. An “overstay” is defined as someone who was lawfully admitted to the United States for an authorized period, but remained in the United States beyond his or her lawful period of admission.
 
Form I-94 provides non-immigrant visitors evidence they have been lawfully admitted to the U.S., which is necessary to verify alien registration, immigration status, and employment authorization. In May 2013, CBP automated the I-94 in the air and sea environment. The automated system allows CBP Officers to create an I-94 Arrival Record within primary and secondary inspection processing systems at the time of inspection with passenger manifest information—eliminating the need for paper forms and manual data entry. 

For more information, please follow the link to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website and contact us to see how we can help you plan your U.S. travel. Follow us on InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedIn and Tumblr, for up-to-date immigration news.


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