There are no visitor logs that document visitors' arrivals and departures at President Joe Biden's residence in Wilmington, Delaware, according to the White House Counsel's office.

The U.S. Secret Service, according to Anthony Guglielmi, does not additionally separately keep visitation records for Biden's home in Wilmington. In addition to providing protection for the property and screening guests before they enter Biden's house, the agency does not keep visitation logs.

"Like every President across decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal," the counsel's office said in a statement Monday morning. "But upon taking office, President Biden restored the norm and tradition of keeping White House visitors logs, including publishing them regularly, after the previous administration ended them."

House Republicans have demanded that the White House send over all information relating to mishandled classified documents from Biden's term as vice president. This includes any visitor records to Biden's private residence and anyone who may have had access to his private office in Washington, DC, where the first batch of documents were discovered in early November.

Who is allowed on the site is decided by Biden and his team.

The announcement on Saturday was the third time in less than a week that the White House was forced to acknowledge that a batch of classified documents from Biden's time as vice president had been discovered at a personal property - first an office space in Washington, DC, and then the Wilmington home.

Biden's private office was discovered to have certain top secret documents with the "sensitive compartmentalized information" designation, which is used for very sensitive information gathered from intelligence sources.

According to a source familiar with the situation, the documents included briefing materials and notes from U.S. intelligence that covered subjects like Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom.

Five more pages of top-secret paperwork were found at Biden's Wilmington residence on Thursday, the White House disclosed over the weekend. The White House Counsel's office announced that it would direct all ensuing inquiries to the Special Counsel's office.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, a Kentucky Republican, asked for more documents and communications related to the president's aides' searches of Biden's homes and other locations for classified documents in a letter addressed to White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, as well as visitor logs of the president's Wilmington home from Jan. 20, 2021 to the present.

The White House called the Republican inquiries "shamelessly hypocritical" in light of their handling of former President Donald Trump's retention of secret information at Mar-a-Lago during his post-White House years.

"House Republicans have no credibility. Their demands should be met with skepticism and they should face questions themselves about why they are politicizing this issue and admitting they actually do not care about the underlying classified material," White House spokesman Ian Sams said.