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Canada is a whole separate country from the United States, (and in particular there is nothing like Schengen) so yes, a bus ticket to Canada is sufficient to prove onward travel from the US. You are of course not required to use that ticket; if your travel plans change, you can always exit somewhere else, provided that you don't overstay. As for something ...


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That's right. You do not need to buy a return ticket. This ticket clause is just a formal procedure. Because the officer will ask you some questions about your stay intent. That's why if you express yourself in english basicly; actually They will never check that you have a return or onward ticket. Also you may stay in US for up to 3 months and before you ...


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Wiki has a page on National Identification Numbers. It specifically mentions Germany: In Germany, there is no national identification number in the full meaning of the term. So as a German citizen, you'd be putting down Unknown.


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Your situation is not uncommon and will be understood by the CBP officer. Bring the I94 with you in case he wants to see it. Your exit was probably recorded anyway. You can check your current I94 status here: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/



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