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Why do you want to track back five years of entering and exiting the US? Are you applying for a Green Card?
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I am not sure you will be able to get that information from Homeland Security or CBP. My experience with those requirements is that they expect you to keep track of your travels to the US during the time period. You can prove it but multiple ways including any airline booking confirmations that you have, etc. Are you able to do so that way? Worst case, I believe that your stating under the penalty of perjury will also suffice (granted you will be recalling to the best of your recollection).