On April 30th, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released a new version of its I-94 Retrieval website that allows nonimmigrants to view their arrival and departure history for the last five years. In March 2013, CBP eliminated the paper Form I-94 Arrival/Departure Record that was issued to nonimmigrants every time they entered the United States and turned in at the time of their departure. This paper card was then processed by CBP and entered into their systems to record when a nonimmigrant entered and departed the United States. In an effort to streamline the process and save on processing costs, the CBP introduced an electronic Form I-94 retrieval system, however, the website would only provide a traveler with information on the last entry into the United States. If the traveler was not physically present in the United States, the website would indicate no Form I-94 was available. Individuals who needed documentation of their arrivals and departures, and who did not print a new Form I-94 record upon each entry, were forced to submit a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain this documentation. FOIA requests are known to take up to a year. For this reason, having the last five years of entry and departure data available is a great improvement over the initial roll out of the I-94 Retrieval website.