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Old 05-20-2008, 02:46 AM
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Default I-94 Mess up who travelled in 2008

There was a report on Mathew Oh's site that
some people travelled in 2008 got a messed up I-94
forms( printing bug). So whoever travelled in 2008
may want to have a very good look at their I-94 and
correct it if needed.

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Old 05-20-2008, 06:43 AM
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There was a report on Mathew Oh's site that
some people travelled in 2008 got a messed up I-94
forms( printing bug). So whoever travelled in 2008
may want to have a very good look at their I-94 and
correct it if needed.

suresh
Heard that too!!

http://www.immigration-law.com/

AILA has reported that sometime early 2008, U.S. Customs and Border Protection received approximately one million I-94 Arrival-Departure cards that were misprinted. Correct and valid I-94 should have 11 digits of I-94 numbers. If your I-94 shows only 9 didits or 10 digits or less than 11 digits, your I-94 card is one of these million's defective cards. The agency is recalling such defective I-94 cards for replacement I-94. Reportedly these defective I-94 cards were issued at the Calgary Airport in Canada and potentially other airports as well. Those who have such defective I-94 should contact Deferred Inspection posts or any Port of Entry for issuance of replacement I-94. Defective I-94 can create a number of problems down the road unless they obtain replacement I-94.


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http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/ports/

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