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For the life of me I cant remember whats on the I-94 card thats given to you on the plane. As i'm going over on the K1 visa do I fill it in as normal or is there another slip they give people? Also did I hear right theres some other colour one you fill in?

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You fill in the white I-94 and the white customs form, that's it. :thumbs:

Cheers Muffin. Also I was refused entry in July 2006 at the Canadian Border. Does it ask on the slip if you have been denied or refused entry? They didn't give a reason at the border, but I presume it's cause I didnt have a return ticket.

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Not 100% sure but there's an image of one here. http://amsterdam.usconsulate.gov/uploads/i...kaycBQ/I-94.JPG

I'd have a look for you but I'm literally going out the door to work now. :)

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For the life of me I cant remember whats on the I-94 card thats given to you on the plane. As i'm going over on the K1 visa do I fill it in as normal or is there another slip they give people? Also did I hear right theres some other colour one you fill in?

cheers

Like Muffin says, you fill in the white one when you're entering on a visa, as opposed to the green one when using the VWP. Despite having filled in thousands of the damn things over the years, I can't for the life of me remember all the questions, but any prior VWP refusal of entry has no bearing on this visa.

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Click this link for a much clearer pic - and no, unlike the I-94W (the green form for use with the visa waiver) there is no question about prior refusal of entry.

http://www.greatcampjobs.com/pdfs/sample_i94_form.pdf

And see the difference with the I-94W...

http://www.***removed***/visas/i-94w.html

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You fill in the white I-94 and the white blue customs form, that's it. :thumbs:

Every Customs form I have ever completed has been white not blue, maybe they have diffrent colors depending where you are coming from.

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You fill in the white I-94 and the white blue customs form, that's it. :thumbs:

Every Customs form I have ever completed has been white not blue, maybe they have diffrent colors depending where you are coming from.

Are you sure, Tay? Every customs form I've ever filled in has been blue. :wacko: The I-94's are white and green, but the customs forms are definitely blue. Like this one....

http://cbp.gov/linkhandler/cgov/travel/id_...e_cbp_decla.pdf

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You fill in the white I-94 and the white blue customs form, that's it. :thumbs:

Every Customs form I have ever completed has been white not blue, maybe they have diffrent colors depending where you are coming from.

I-94's are white

I-94W's are green

Customs declaration are blue

http://cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/vacation/sam...ration_form.xml

YMMV

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Thanks for all the helpful info folks. Least I know what to expect on what forms to fill in when they give the slips to fill in.

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