|I-94 Program: 2014 Monthly Arrivals Data|
PLEASE NOTE: The 2014 I-94 montcchly arrivals data posted below include a methodology change where the Country of Citizenship is used as a substitute for those I-94 records with missing Country of Residence data..
Dependent upon U.S. Department of Commerce receipt of raw I-94 arrivals data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Customs Border Protection (CBP), the I-94 monthly arrival figures are normally available approximately 80 days after the end of the reported month (e.g., January arrivals reported in mid-April).
The data reports below integrate the volume of inbound International visitors to the United States from residents of other countries using three U.S. and International government sources: the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection I-94 arrivals program data, Statistics Canada's International Travel Survey and Banco de Mexico travel data.
To learn more about this program, go to the Visitor Arrivals Program (I-94 Record) web site page.
|Non-Resident Arrivals to the United States: Overseas, Canada, Mexico & International|
|Non-Resident Arrivals to the United States: World Region of Residence|
|Non-Resident Arrivals to the United States: Top 20 Countries|
|U.S. Monthly Arrivals Trend Line: Overseas, Canada, Mexico & International|
|Monthly Arrivals to the U.S. - Table C|
|Table C is broken out into six different sections in order to assure a quick download time. (Please Note: To print this page please set page setup to landscape mode and set margins 0.00).|
|Top Airports for Overseas Non-Resident Arrivals to the U.S.|
|Comparison of Business vs. Pleasure Travel for Overseas Non-Resident Arrivals to the U.S.|