For those of you who have had issues with incorrect information on your I-94 in the past, you understand the difficulties you have to go through to get it corrected. Generally, you have had to go back to the port of entry, hope that someone can see you in a timely manner, and then have them give a new I-94. The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has just started a pilot program to allow certain individuals to send requests to change the I-94 via email as opposed to having to go to the port of entry in person.
The pilot program allows all such requests stemming from entries in (or from people residing in) certain areas of Texas. In addition, the pilot is only going to be running until January, 2016. Hopefully this pilot will be expanded and, eventually will become permanent so that those entering the US will not have to spend money to fix errors made by CBP officers at a point of entry.
We will update you as more information is made available.