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    Hi. My friend (who has a valid F-1 visa on her) recently went to Mumbai on vacation few days back. According to her, at the Mumbai airport her I-94 was removed from her passport page at immigration. Is this a matter of concern for her when she returns back? Usually, this I-94 card is removed by US immigration officers and not Indian immigration officers, correct?

    Kindly let me know if this is something to be worried about.

    Thanks

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      • #4
        No Problem. US Immigration changed its law. No one need have a i94 on their passport. When he/she come back from India to us, they have it get from online.

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        • #5
          My guess is she did not realize that her I-94 was taken at the port where she left the US. That's a standard procedure. The airlines will take your I-94 before you leave the US. A new one is issued when you return back.

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          • #6
            I-94 is the only way they track your stay. Dont lose yours

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            • #7
              hmm .. exits are not tracked by i94 .. that's why they want to have bio-metric entry exits system .. any loosing i94 does not cause any problem as long as you have a copy .. you can apply for new one

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              • #8
                Hey dnt take any tension enjoy your vacation ...I had faced same problem but my i94 was not took by them ....so I had a fear...but nobody asked for that ...one more thing as somebody told it i94 is taken by airlines ....my friend hAd same problem but nothing happnd he entered safely

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                • #9
                  How do u enter back when you r just left with a copy of your I 94?

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                  • #10
                    They should not be removing it but it is not a problem. Mine was taken at New Delhi airport and when I enter US I was given a new one. Usually the US immigration officers remove the old one and issue the new one to you but if it is not there they can always look online.

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