Preliminary 2016 and preliminary 2017 I-94 visitor arrivals data will be revised during calendar year 2018. Preliminary data may reflect an undercount in 2016 and 2017 of overseas (excludes Canada and Mexico) visitor arrivals to the United States. For more information, please review our Frequently Asked Questions that outline the steps we are taking to address these issues.
The International Visitor Arrivals Program provides the U.S. government and the public with the official monthly and annual overseas visitor arrivals to the United States. The National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) manages the program in cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Data are reported in a monthly publication "Summary of International Travel to the United States" - highlighting overseas visitor arrivals by country of residence (here is a Listing of countries by World Region), ports of entry, mode of transportation, type of visa, and more. Subscribers include: airlines, airports, U.S. destinations - state and city, major attractions, federal and state governments and consultants. Canadian and Mexican arrival data are sourced from Stats Canada and Banco de Mexico, respectively.
- Inception of the program 1980 (related historical data exists since 1960).
- In May 2013, I-94 Automation was implemented.
- Subscriptions are available in monthly, quarterly, and annual frequencies. The available media include print (.pdf) and/or excel reports; NTTO can provide customized reports and/or data files.
Report prices: 2017 prices for standard reports range from $1,485 (annual) to $2,450 (monthly) for the combination Printfile/Excel reports. (See Publications and Prices section.)