If you have experienced leaving the country for whatever reason and be back, you must be familiar with what is called the customs forms and the questions asked by the airport officials. There are actually many different forms that may be filled out when traveling across the country’s border. However, this article only focuses on the major change that happened in the I-94 form. The following discusses the specific changes that happened with this form and how it can affect travelers.
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NEW: U.S. Customs and Border Protection will stop issuing paper I-94 records beginning April 30, 2013. | Share. This is a very important Change effective today. Be aware that this change applies to nonimmigrants only.
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All airports and seaports have implemented the new system as of May 21, 2013. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has completed the process of automating Form I-94, the document…
Different forms that need to be filled out are given at airports. Travelers need to be aware of each and need to be able to comply orderly to avoid inconveniences and hassles. Forms involving declaring currency US customs may still look the same if you are traveling soon. However, form I-94 is now available in electronic formats. If you intend to travel soon, make sure that you understood well the discussion above so that you won’t feel lost the next time you step in the airport.