Do immigrants get I-94? A Form I-94 is needed by all visitors except: U.S. Citizens, returning resident aliens, aliens with immigrant visas, and most Canadian citizens visiting or in transit. Travelers will be issued an I-94 during the admission process at the port of entry.
Do I need an I-94 if I have a green card? All persons entering the United States need an Form I-94 except U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents (green card holders), returning resident aliens (SB-1 visa holders), and most Canadian citizens visiting or in transit.
How long does it take for I-94 to be available online? Travel Update: I-94 Data Entry Notice
Customs and Border Protection is in the process of automating traveler arrival records to streamline passenger processing. The current processing time for entering foreign visitors’ travel information into the I-94 database is 30 days or more.
Where can I get my I-94? Travelers may visit www.cbp.gov/I94 to retrieve their electronic I-94 number. Upon entering the U.S., travelers will receive a paper with instructions on how to access the website. Individuals can visit www.cbp.gov/I94 to retrieve a copy of their electronic Form I-94.