CBP Rejects D/S for Canadians Without I-94s

Date: April 23, 2013

By: Edward Shulman

CBP Rejects D/S for Canadians Without I-94s

In a April 10, 2013 letter from Carey Davis, Acting Executive Director, CBP Admissibility and Passenger Programs, CBP states that it does not consider an individual who is admitted as a visitor without an I-94 to have been admitted for an indefinite period of time.  CBP states that it may consider inadmissibility grounds other than 212(a)(9)(B) when charging the visitor.

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