All travelers with or without a visa will be asked to complete an I-94 Arrival/Departure Record form before landing in the United States. Most travelers are issued with a record for Form I-94. You can visit US CBP’s I-94, Travel Records for U.S. Visitors website to:

Starting in the summer of 2010 the I-94 is no longer required for nonimmigrant visitors traveling under the Visa Waiver Program by air or sea and who have obtained a travel authorization via the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). This means that if you entered under the Visa Waiver Program by air or sea you will not have an I-94 in your passport.  Form I-94 will continue to be required if you enter at a land border.

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