Can I get a green card as a “non-controlled Canadian” without an I-94?
With the exception of E visas and K visas, Canadian citizens are visa-exempt and do not require a visa stamp before entering the United States. In most cases when entering the United States as a visitor, Canadians are admitted with a brief inspection and no record of admission or I-94. This is called a “non-controlled” admission. We discuss going from a visitor as a “non-controlled Canadian” to a green card here.