What does 1-94 mean?
The I-94 – sometimes incorrectly called a “1-94” form – is used to keep track of non-citizens entering and leaving the United States. It’s an important document because it proves you entered the country lawfully, and also shows the date by which you must leave the United States.
Where to find I-94 number?
Your I-94 number will be available on the CBP website after you enter the United States and will remain available to you during your stay. You will no longer have access to the record after your departure from the U.S. As soon as you have a chance, please retrieve your I-94 number and print a copy.
What is a 1 94 form?
What is a 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. The visitor must
How to check I 94 status?
– Admitted to the U.S.; – Adjusting status while in the U.S.; or – Extending their stay.