Typed instructions from the form above are provided below, in case you can’t read it properly in the scanned image.
|Department of Homeland Security|
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
|Welcome to the United States|
|I94 Arrival/Departure Record – Instructions|
|This form must be completed by all persons except U.S. citizens, returning resident aliens, aliens with immigrant visas, and Canadian citizens visiting or in transit. |
Type or print legibly with pen in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. Use English. Do not write on the back of this form.
This form is in two parts. Please complete both the Arrival Record (Items 1 through 13) and the Departure Record (Items 14 through 17).
When all items are completed, present this form to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service Inspector.
Item 7 – If you are entering the United States by land, enter LAND in this space. If you are entering the United States by ship, enter SEA in this space.
1. Family Name
2. First (Given) Name
3. Birth Date (Day/Mo/Yr)
4. Country of Citizenship
5. Sex (Male or Female)
6. Passport Number
7. Airline and Flight Number
8. Country Where You Live
9. City Where you Boarded
10.City Where Visa Was Issued
11. Date Issued (Day/Mo/Yr)
12. Address while in the United States (Number and Street)
13. City and State
14. Family Name
15. First (Given) Name
16. Birth Date (Day/Mo/Yr)
17. Country of Citizenship
Do not write on this side
- Applicant’s Name
- Date Referred, Time, Insp.#
- ∇ 212A ≅ ≅ ≅ PP ≅Visa ≅Parole ≅ SLB ≅ TWOV
- ≅ Other
- End Secondary Time, insp.#
20. CIS A Number A-
21. CIS FCO
22. Petition Number
23. Program Number
24. ≅ Bond
25. ≅ Prospective Student
27. TWOV Ticker Number
Warning – A nonimmigrant who accepts unauthorized employment is subject to deportation.
Important – Retain this permit in your possession; You must surrender it when you leave the U.S. Failure to do so may delay your entry into the U.S. in the future.
You are authorized to stay in the U.S. only until the date written on this form. To remain past this date without permission from Department of Homeland Security authorities, is a violation of the law.
Surrender this permit when you leave the U.S.:
-By sea or air, to the transportation line;
-Across the Canadian border, to a Canadian Official;
-Across the Mexican border, to a U.S. Official.
Students planning to reenter the U.S. within 30 days to return to the same school, see “Arrival-Departure” on page 2 of Form I-20 prior to surrendering this permit.
Record of Changes
Flight #/Ship Name:
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