Automation of the I-94 Card: New Documentation for the I-9. Bechtel International Center Spring Quarter, 2013 International Scholar Advising Team. I-94 Card.
Bechtel International Center
Spring Quarter, 2013
International Scholar Advising Team
Proof of entering the US in a particular visa status. It is used for the purpose of the I-9, and in immigration for adjusting status in the U.S. or extending stay. Also required in applications for the SSN and Driver’s License.
No: Beginning April 30ththrough end of May, US Customs and Border Control (CPB) will cease issuing the paper cards and automate each visitors port-of-entry record based on their electronic travel records for those entering my sea and air.
Yes: BUT at land border ports-of-entry, the old paper I-94 card will still be issued
This proof of entry will continue to be created, but online at www.cpb.gov/I94
The traveler may print a paper version of the I-94 by logging into this website with information specific to him/her.
Using the stamp in the passport showing date of admission, the class of admission and the date the traveler is admitted until (most of Stanford visitors will show “D/S”), the traveler will be able to find their personal admission record and print it out for the purposes of I-9 and any other immigration application.
New I-94 Documentation arrival?
Stanford international students and scholars should, soon after arrival, print out the I-94 information and keep this documentation for their records. Direct these students and scholars to the I-Center website for guidance.
In addition to needing this for I-9 purposes, the I-94 documentation is necessary for DMV and SSA applications.