The International Visitor Arrivals Program provides the U.S. government and the public with the official monthly and annual overseas visitor arrivals to the United States. The Office of Travel & Tourism Industries (OTTI) manages the program in cooperation with the Department of homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Data are reported in a monthly publication "Summary of International Travel to the United States" - highlighting overseas visitor arrivals by country of residence, ports of entry, mode of transportation, type of visa, and more. Subscribers include: airlines, airports, U.S. destinations - state and city, major attractions, federal and state governments and consultants. Canadian and Mexican arrival data are sourced from Stats Canada and Banco de Mexico, respectively.
- Inception of the program 1980 (related historical data exists since 1960).
- Subscriptions are available in monthly, quarterly, and annual frequencies. The available media include print (.pdf) and/or excel reports; OTTI can provide customized reports and/or data files.
- Report prices: 2012 prices for standard reports range from $605 (annual) to $1,010 (monthly) for printed reports and from $1,075 (annual) to $1,770 (monthly) for excel reports. (See Publications and Prices section.)