We cut through the confusion and spell out everything about US entry waivers you couldn't figure out from those other websites.
A US entry waiver is a friendly way of referring to a non-immigrant waiver pursuant to INA § 212(d)(3).
With few exceptions, if you have a criminal record then you will most likely need an I-192 entry waiver to enter the United States.
The Immigration and Nationality Act, which declares anyone who’s been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude ineligible for admission to the US, doesn't actually list which specific offences involve moral turpitude.
Petty Offence Exemption is the common name for an exemption to section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act – the document that declares who is ineligible to enter the United States without an entry waiver.
Homeland Security is very particular about its requirements for US entry waiver applications.
I-192 entry waiver applications are accepted at all major US ports of entry, as well as preclearance locations at Canadian international airports. Knowing which port of entry or preclearance location will give you the most efficient turnaround is part of our service!
Once received, your US waiver application will be forwarded to the Admissibility Review Office (ARO) in Virginia.
You'd think it would be. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily the case. The process for renewing an entry waiver is essentially the same as the process for applying for one in the first place.
We help Canadians reclaim their freedom. For more information and to start your application, please call us at 1.800.345.8880 or submit the form below.