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Update to SEV_ADM_NBR field to accommodate the new format of I-94 Admissions Numbers (Doc ID 2551871.1)

Last updated on JULY 10, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Campus Community - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



U.S. Customs and Border Protection has updated the format of I-94 admissions numbers. This change requires an update to the Campus Solutions product since I-94 admissions numbers can be entered on the Visa/Permit Page under Port of Entry Data (Campus Community > SEVIS > Personal Information > Visa/Permit Data --> Port of Entry tab).

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Beginning in May 2019, I-94 numbers will be alphanumeric.  Currently, I-94 numbers are 11 digits long and only contain numbers.  In order to minimize program impact resulting from the depletion of numeric-only I-94 numbers and to create a long-term solution for the creation of new numbers, CBP is switching to alphanumeric I-94s.  I-94 numbers will remain at 11 characters but will follow the format of 9 digits, followed by a letter in the 10th position, and a digit in the 11th position.  Unexpired I-94s issued in the current numeric-only format will continue to be valid until the Admit Until Date printed on the paper I-94 and/or the date displayed on the public I-94 website at


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