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I-94 Program: 2016 Monthly Arrivals 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 arrivals data are scheduled to be available approximately 120 days after the end of the reported month.

Initially, I-94 monthly arrivals data are released as Preliminary, with these data subject to revisions that may be possible with improved solutions and/or sources discovered during the reported calendar year.

 

March 2016 and April 2016 I-94 Arrivals Data Revised in November 2016: In reviewing the preliminary March and April 2016 I-94 arrivals data, it was noticed that there was an unusual decline in I-94 records for residents of overseas countries who traveled to Guam and Saipan. This trend started in March 2016 because the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection did not include several classes of admission that had previously been a part of the I-94 monthly arrivals dataset. This omission predominately affecting overseas travel from selected Asian countries and Russia to Guam and Saipan. Approximately 36,000 records were added to the March and April totals. Please note that it is our objective to report the monthly I-94 arrivals data in a consistent and accurate format to support the informational needs of the travel industry.

 

July 2016 I-94 Arrivals Data Revised in March 2017: The preliminary July 2016 I-94 arrivals data were revised after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection corrected a coding problem that affected non-resident arrivals to the United States from Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China (excluding Hong Kong), Turkey, and Turkmenistan. No changes were found for country of citizenship, port of customs, class of admission (visa type), mode of arrival, or date of arrival.  Departure dates were changed on only five records (insignificant).

 

Next arrivals data releaseDOC is working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection to release September 2016 I-94 arrivals data as soon as possible.

 

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 the I-94 arrivals program, go to the Visitor Arrivals Program (I-94 Record) web site page. Please call Claudia Wolfe at 202-482-4555 or e-mail at claudia.wolfe@trade.gov if you have questions regarding the I-94 Program.
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