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[pct-l] Re: Entering the US southbound - the word from the INS
- Subject: [pct-l] Re: Entering the US southbound - the word from the INS
- From: email@example.com (Kimber Rodgers)
- Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 12:25:01 -0700
The I-94 is not a new thing. But, at least, prior to 9-11, the INS
was pretty lax about collecting it when you leave. If you fly out of
the U.S., it is very likely to be collected by the airline check-in
person. From the story, you relate, it sounds as though driving
across the border, it is not collected. Is this true even post-9/11?
I need to find out how stringent the INS is getting about collecting
the I-94.. My husband is a legal resident and we are planning to
thru-hike northbound next year. Thus, when he crosses the border into
Canada, no one will be able to collect his I-94.
P.S. Since this is my first post, I'll introduce myself. My husband
Cesar (trail name Woodstock) and I live in Berekeley, CA. Since the
end of our AT hike in 2000/01, I have been very trail-sick. All I
want to be is a thru-hiker! We are planning on attempting a PCT
northbound thru-hike next year.