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You shouldn't have any issues from this. Many people visiting the US (or on work visas) take brief visits to Mexico or Canada. And you returned correctly through a border and were properly admitted. If you didn't get a new admission stamp, you are allowed to remain in the US until the date that was written on your previous admission stamp (or later, if you ...


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Just called the border guards at Lacolle (Canadian port of entry used by the New York-Montreal Train) and they said it's fine to hand in a printout of an electronic I94 :)


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According to the official CBP website, you can still get a paper I-94 upon arrival by air: Upon arrival, a CBP officer stamps the travel document of each arriving non-immigrant traveler with the admission date, the class of admission, and the date that the traveler is admitted until. If a traveler would like a paper Form I-94, one can be requested during ...



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