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I have two I-94s . Submit both when leaving country ?

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I am going to india in next few days . I have one I-94 which I have when I entered US on my F1 Visa back in 2009 . From H1 Approval I have got another I-94 . My questions is do I have to give airline both I-94 or just previous I-94 that I had and take H1 I-94 with me ?

Will I-94 be needed in india for stamping ?

Thanks a lot for your help.

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your first I 94 becomes void after you get the new one... it is your most recent I 94 which decides your status in the country. Still you can submit both of them.

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I am going to india in next few days . I have one I-94 which I have when I entered US on my F1 Visa back in 2009 . From H1 Approval I have got another I-94 . My questions is do I have to give airline both I-94 or just previous I-94 that I had and take H1 I-94 with me ?

Will I-94 be needed in india for stamping ?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Per my conersation with friend who as on F1 and travelled to india on h1, he submitted I-94 which was given when he came on F-1. he said they did not ask him I-94 which is on I-797A.

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Per my conersation with friend who as on F1 and travelled to india on h1, he submitted I-94 which was given when he came on F-1. he said they did not ask him I-94 which is on I-797A.

The airline of course would not ask for it, since they wouldn't know that he has another I-94.

It is still best to staple all of them together and submit them all.

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