Why Get A U.S. Entry Waiver?
You will need a US Entry Waiver to enter the United States if you have a criminal record or have overstayed your approved time in the United States. Even if you have a Record Suspension/Pardon, it is not recognized by the United States and for this reason a US Entry Waiver is required.
If you are inadmissible to the United States and you do attempt to cross the border, you are committing a serious offence, which can result in the confiscation of your vehicle, criminal charges and even jail sentences. Anyone who is travelling with you can also face stiff penalties for aiding and abetting a criminal. This can lead to them becoming inadmissible too.
What is the U.S. Entry Waiver?
The U.S. Entry Waiver is a waiver that allows you to enter the United States legally with a Canadian criminal record. To obtain this waiver your first step would be to get your fingerprints from the RCMP. A US entry waiver allows you to enter the United States with a criminal record.
Is Applying For the U.S. Entry Waiver Difficult?
Applying for the U.S. Entry Waiver can often be a time consuming and confusing process, which is why it is recommended to have experts help you with the process. Global AP entry waivers & pardons will evaluate your criminal record, personal situation and the various options that exist when helping you to apply for the U.S. Entry Waiver.
Why Get a U.S. Entry Waiver?
Simply put, getting caught entering the United States with a criminal record but no entry waiver can have very negative consequences. Not only do you suffer the humiliation of being turned away at the border, but you have an FBI record created on your criminal past. If you happen to attempt entry again, immigration officers can seize your property for breaking American law.
Obtaining a U.S. Entry Waiver will ensure that none of these negative consequences happen when you decide to go to the United States. It will make it legal for you to enter the country.
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