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"What is the I-94 Form and Who Needs One?"
Definition: I-94 is a form that records the date a foreigner arrives in the United States and the "admitted until" date, which is when the traveler's permission to stay in the U.S. expires. It is typically stapled inside the passport.
-Foreigners arriving on a visa waiver will instead get an I-94W, and crewmen, an I-95.
Also Known As: Arrival Departure Document, Arrival Departure Record
Examples: When Irene arrived in the U.S. from Ireland she filled out her I-94 to fill out.
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