On this online form, enter information about the dates of entry and exit from the United States.
Anyone who is not a U.S. citizen is required to record a date of entry within 72 hours of entering the U.S., which is crucial data for the U.S. Immigration Service’s online database.
The I-94 form correlates with the status of your J1 visa.
The chapter “D / S- Duration of Status” is highlighted on the form and that date coincides with the date that exists on your personal DS-2019 form. Based on these dates, you have 30 additional days scheduled for travel.
If the dates on the I-94 and DS-2019 forms differ, the candidate is required to leave the country according to the date on the I-94 form.
Candidates are not allowed to stay in the United States after the date listed on I-94 because that puts them in a situation of being deported and banned from entering the United States in the future.
Instructions for applying to the I-94 form will be sent to you by e-mail. Don’t forget to register after landing.