Proof of International Travel, also known as an I-94 card, is a document issued by the United States government to foreign nationals who enter the country. The I-94 card records the individual's date of entry, Port of Entry, and status in the United States. The card is required for employment, travel, and other activities within the United States. For those who are traveling on a visa, the I-94 card will be attached to their passport. Those who are entering the country without a visa will be issued an I-94 card at the port of entry. The I-94 card is valid for the duration of the individual's stay in the United States. When leaving the United States, individuals must turn in their I-94 card to a Customs and Border Protection officer. Failure to do so may result in delays or problems when reentering the country.
Proof of International Travel
Updated: Jun 14