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  1. You can check your status here: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/ There are two indicators, for both of which you'll have to log in with your passport details. First is the Compliance, this shouldn't have a number after "Days Left to Leave the Country: " (so it should be N/A). Next is the travel history, make sure your departure is present. If the CBP I94 website doesn't indicate you left the US (I don't know how long it takes to process! We found out after 80 days, which clearly is to long, but I'd give it a week or something before you take action), you need to send proof to CBP you did leave.
  2. This summer Disney has been experiencing some issues with cruises that debark in a non-US port but either left or have a port of call in the US. For some reason the passengers traveling on an I-94 visa (the visa you get when you enter with an ESTA) have not been reported to have left the US. They risk getting an overstay on their record. If you are unaware of this and travel again to the US, they will not let you enter the country without proof you didn't overstay your visa. Because of this it's really important people are aware of the issue so they can collect the proof and maybe get their de
  3. You can check your status here: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/ There are two indicators, for both of which you'll have to log in with your passport details. First is the Compliance, this shouldn't have a number after "Days Left to Leave the Country: " (so it should be N/A). Next is the travel history, make sure your departure is present. If the CBP I94 website doesn't indicate you left the US (I don't know how long it takes to process! We found out after 80 days, which clearly is to long, but I'd give it a week or something before you take action), you need to send proof to CBP you did leave.
  4. This summer Disney has been experiencing some issues with cruises that debark in a non-US port but either left or have a port of call in the US. For some reason the passengers traveling on an I-94 visa (the visa you get when you enter with an ESTA) have not been reported to have left the US. They risk getting an overstay on their record. If you are unaware of this and travel again to the US, they will not let you enter the country without proof you didn't overstay your visa. Because of this it's really important people are aware of the issue so they can collect the proof and maybe get their de
  5. Disney cruise lines seems to currently have issues with correctly registering their NON-US guests have left the US. I'm trying to determine if this is a CBP/cruise related issue or just an issue of DCL. Besides us knowing, it's also better for yourself to be aware you haven't left the country properly, so you won't have an issue to return some time in the future. So far we are aware of it happening on a East Bound Transatlantic (leaving from the US) and on two Alaskan cruises (round trip Vancouver). So I want to send out a warning to all NON-US cruisers who disembark in a NON-US port
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