Most nonimmigrant foreign travelers arriving in the United States are no longer issued Form I-94, the white card previously issued by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at air and sea ports of entry. Such foreign nationals can, however, access their electronic Form I-94 by logging into the CBP website at — and should to do so shortly after they arrive in the United States, because information contained in the electronic record may still be required when requesting or applying for immigration benefits. While U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has begun to update forms requesting information previously provided on the I-94, current forms in use still request that information, including the I-94 number itself. These include such common petitions and application forms, such as the I-129, I-130, I-539, and I-485, to name a few. Although USCIS has advised that it will also accept photocopies of the passport pages that contain the individual’s biographical information, visa stamp, and admission stamp in lieu of submitting the electronic I-94 in paper format, prudent entrants are advised to print off and maintain their I-94s.