U.S. Waiver for Canadians
You may not be granted entry into the U.S. if you are inadmissible to the United States. If you wish to travel to the U.S., but you are inadmissible, and you do not fall within any of the exceptions to inadmissibility, you will need to obtain a U.S. waiver. A U.S. waiver authorizes you to request entry into the U.S. despite your inadmissibility.
The most common grounds of inadmissibility are criminal grounds. Not all crimes render one inadmissible, but if you have a criminal record and wish to enter the U.S., it is important to determine whether or not you are inadmissible, fall within an exception to inadmissibility, or need to obtain a U.S. waiver.
Our office specializes in advising Canadian citizens and residents in regards to their admissibility to the United States. We provide clients with the most effective solutions for gaining entry into the U.S. despite having a criminal record, and our U.S. immigration lawyers have extensive experience preparing U.S. waiver applications for Canadians.
If you think you may be inadmissible to the United States, or you have reason to believe that you need a U.S. waiver, contact our office so that we can assess your situation. We will advise you as to whether or not you are in fact inadmissible, whether or not you fall within an exception to inadmissibility, and the process you will need to undergo to obtain a U.S. waiver if required.
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