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Printing your I-94


The I-94 is the Arrival / Departure Record issued by a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officer to foreign visitors entering the United States.

Upon entry, a CBP officer will place an admission stamp on your passport and create an electronic I-94 record. The admission stamp will indicate your date of entry, class of admission (F-1, J-1) and admitted until date (D/S). Once you have entered the U.S., you will be able to access your I-94 admission record online by visiting www.cbp.gov/i94. You will be required to enter your passport number and entry information in order to obtain your I-94 record.

 

This electronic record will continue to be available to you while you remain in the U.S. Once you depart the United States, this online record will no longer be available for you to view.

UKIC recommends that you print your I-94 document from the CBP website after each entry and retain the I-94 document for your records. The printout will serve as your official record which can be used for I-9 compliance when applying for jobs on campus or for other government agencies such as the Social Security Administration, Driver’s License Office and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

If there is an error or mistake on your I-94, please contact UKIC for assistance in locating the nearest CBP office.

Need your I-94 Admission Number? Go to www.cbp.gov/i94

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I still have the paper form of the I-94?

The same rules and procedures will apply to the paper I-94 as previously existed until you re-enter the US and receive an electronic I-94. If you have a paper I-94, you will not be able to print an electronic copy.

What information must I provide to retrieve the I-94?

1. Family Name
Enter your family name as it appears in the Family Name or Surname field on the travel document you used to enter the United States.

2. First (Given) Name
Do not include middle names, nicknames, or titles.

3. Birth Date
Enter the date of your birth in the MM/DD/YYYY format (e.g., March 4, 1960 is 03/04/1960).

4. Passport Number
Enter your passport number as it appears on your passport biographic page.

5. Country of Issuance
The passport country of issuance is your country of citizenship as it appears on your passport.

6. Date of Entry
The date of entry refers to the date you entered the United States. This date can be found on the admission stamp located on your passport.

7. Class of Admission
Your class of admission can be found on the admission stamp in your passport (e.g. F-1, J-1)