On April 30, 2013, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) stopped providing paper Form I-94s, the white or green form which shows the date and length of authorized stay. Now, many foreign nationals will only get a stamp in their passport.
Blandon Law STRONGLY recommends that all foreign nationals go to the website www.cbp.gov/I94 and print out an electronic record of their admission. This way, foreigners will be able to prove they applied for asylum within one year after arrival. In addition, having a paper printout may make it easier to get other benefits including a driver's license and a Social Security number. Both of those government agencies -- Division of Motor Vehicles and Social Security Administration -- are still requiring PAPER proof of admission despite the change in CBP's policy.