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Replacing an Arrival/Departure Document
When Should I Use Form I-102? incorrect, lost, stolen or damaged Nonimmigrant Arrival – Departure Document.
As a nonimmigrant visitor to the United States, you should use Form I-102 to apply to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a new or replacement:
Receive a corrected Form I-94, I-94W or Form I-95 if you were issued one with incorrect information when you entered as a nonimmigrant or refugee; or to
Receive an initial Form I-94 if you were not issued one when you entered as a nonimmigrant, and you are filing this form with an application for extension of stay or change of status; or to
Replace your lost, stolen or mutilated Form I-94, I-94W or I-95;
Receive an initial Form I-94 if you were not issued one when you were originally admitted into the United States due to your military membership as described below:1. A nonimmigrant member of the U.S. armed forces; or A nonimmigrant member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) armed forces or civilian component; or 2. A nonimmigrant member of the Partnership for Peace military program under the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA).
ADVISORY: Do not use this form to request an action on a Form I-94 issued by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). If you are seeking a new Form I-94 based on a Form I-94 issued at a port-of-entry or otherwise by CBP, you should contact the nearest CBP office or port-of-entry and inquire about their procedures, or visit the CBP’s website at www.cbp.gov.