I travelled to India from USA on Nov 22, 2014. I attended H1B visa interview in India and my visa is approved. I will be traveling back to USA in a week. I checked my travel history on CBP website and noticed that my departure record is not present even though i handed over my I94 before i left US. Will i have any problems at port of entry when i travel next week?
I have my boarding passes for my travel from USA to India and arrival stamp on my passport.
Entering the I-94 departure is the 'job' of the airlines. They are quite slow .. .it's only been 2 weeks .
Yes, keep your boarding documents.
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Keep your boarding passes and mention it to the Inspections officer when you come back into the US: if you bring it to their attention so they know the system is missing an update about your last departure, they may be able to correct it more efficiently.
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G-d speed. DO not be concerned with the CBP website. I wish it worked as it was indented to.
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You are fine and if after you arrived you are still concerned that the prior departure had not been entered you can visit the CBP office in San Francisco and show your departure documentation.
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