I was in USA from February 2013 to January 2nd 2016 on L1b visa and returned to India after L1b extension got denied. I am seeing that my departure details is not updated on https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/consent.html and its showing only my arrival.
It should have been automatically updated while my departure from Newark liberty International Airport, USA.
Who missed it, Airline or CBP? how this can be corrected?
Is there any issue when i am applying for new visa like H1b? or while entering to USA on new visa?
I dont have my I-94 with me but my wife and daughter passport still have I-94 attached.
That system is not perfect. You can contact CBP, or perhaps the US Consul in your country ... give them a copy of your boarding pass.
No, there probably won't be an issue if you don't correct it ... everyone knows that it has flaws.
Why do your wife and daughter still have their I-94 cards????????
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Most likely it was the CBP which "forgot" to update its system with the date of your latest departure. Their system/record keeping/updating still has many flaws.
Could be possibly "corrected" by you contacting either the CBP or even the US consulate - Hindustan.
As long as you saved your airplane ticket, boarding passport, there should not be any "issues" when either applying for a "fresh, new" H-1B visa and/or when entering the USA with it.
How come daughter and wife still have their I-94's?
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The online system is not 100% accurate. You will have proof of your departure (stamps in passport, flight tickets, itinerary) so that your future company's US immigration attorney will have the necessary information for a new petition (or for your personal visa appointment).
Hello, hope this message finds you well. This system is not always correct. That stated if you want to make sure you could contact CBP. You should however not have a problem when applying for another visa. Hope this helps. Best of luck to you!
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Try to work with the local CBP office.
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