U.S. Customs and Border Protection – Travel Information for International Visitors

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Information for visitors to the United States who are coming to work, study, conduct business or to immigrate.

Admission into United States
– 06/22/2009

Frequently asked questions about the admission process for entering into the United States.
arrow Air Travelfeatured see also
If you are traveling by plane to Mexico or Canada, please keep in mind that all travelers, including U.S. and Canadian citizens, are required to have a passport or other accepted form of documentation to enter or depart the United States.
Automatic Revalidation: Valid I-94, Expired Non-Immigrant Visa
– 05/11/2009

Nationals of Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba are not eligible for automatic revalidation of expired visas.
Automatic Revalidation: Valid I-94, Expired Non-Immigrant Visa - pdf versionpdf – 23 KB.
Bringing Food into the U.S.
– 03/21/2008
arrow Useful Information for Canadian and Mexican Travelers
Six Month Club Updatefeatured see also
– 03/10/2009

For Accessibility Information: OPA508CONTACT@cbp.dhs.gov
Six Month Club Update - pdf versionpdf – 52 KB.
arrow Clearing CBPfeatured see also
arrow Electronic System for Travel Authorization
Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Non-Immigrant and Inadmissible Canadian Information
– 12/07/2009
Immigration
Procedures, forms, and basic requirements immigrants need to enter the United States.
Issuance of a Visa and Authorization for Temporary Admission into the United States for Certain Non-Immigrant Aliens Infected with HIV Final Rule
– 10/06/2008
arrow I-94 and I-94W
– 06/15/2009
I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as Nonimmigrantfeatured see also (offsite link)
04/08/2008
arrow Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR)
arrow NSEERS
arrow Temporary Residents for Work or Study
Transiting the U.S. – TWOV and ITI Programs
– 10/02/2007
arrow Visa Waiver Programfeatured see also
arrow Visiting for Business or Pleasure

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