Posted 31 May 2013 - 09:30 PM
The weak link in the new CBP "paperless" I-94 system is the same weak as in the old CBP I-94 paper-stapled-to-your passport system. The CBP still has to input the I-94 data into their SAVE database. SAVE database verification is relied upon by numerous government agencies, federal and state. The other government agencies will continue to report that your information can not be verified electronically. Most, if not all, of these agencies do not accept the useless old CBP remedy of, "present the passport, and (now) with the I-94 printout." These agencies want electronic verification from the SAVE database.
It sounds like CBP has kept the same slovenly government contractor inputting the I-94 data in the the SAVE database. My wife got hung up for six weeks last year, until the government contractors got off of their dead a@@, and input the information into the SAVE database. Only then was she able to get a Social Security card issued.
Edited by A&B, 31 May 2013 - 09:32 PM.
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