I was traveling to US after 4 years on Business visa with new passport and valid US visa in Old Passport. As I was checking my old passport for visa stamps at US port of entry, I could not really find my previous stamp that was done in US. I was kind of really worried about not able to find the Stamp that they do at Port of entry. I could not really recall what exactly happened four years ago… Just to be safe, I was searching online, how do I check my status and travel history…that’s, when I stumbled upon I-94 section of the CBP website, where I was able to retrieve my Travel History to US in the last 5 years. Thankfully, I found my travel history and I printed that info, just in case, there are some issues with their system J . If you are not sure like me, it is always a good idea to check your US travel history on the I-94 section of the website. Below is a step by step process.
What info do you need to get US travel History ?
You will need to have your Full Name, Date of Birth, Country of Citizenship and Your Passport Number to fetch your Travel History to US.
Step 1 : Go to CBP I-94 Section of Website on DHS.GOV (https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/#/home)
Step 2: Select the option of Need a History of Arrivals and Departures. See below screenshot
Step 5: Your Travel History results are displayed in Table or other format, depending on the results. See below for both the formats.
Step 6 : You can also get your I-94 copy here, if you click on the bottom part.
Important Caution : This info that is displayed on the website is for public consumption and not official form of info. If something is wrong, there is nothing that you can do, no action is required. In my case itself, I see missing information of some of my arrivals and some details of the airports. But, there is nothing I can do. So, take this info with a grain of salt and do not get into panic mode, if you see something is missing here. You can always email CBP, if you need more clarification.
Again, do not worry, if your Travel History does not fully reflect in the system. You will be fine. You will anyways have stamps on your passport, so nothing to worry.
How does it look for you ? Any other tips to share on this travel history ?