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Denied Entry to US from Canada
 
I need some help, I tried getting into the US this past summer to visit some family and I was denied entry! It was so humiliating and upsetting.
I was wondering if I could please get some help with this as I don’t want to go through any of that ever again.
 
What do I do now since I have been denied entry into the US?

 

Answers

By Pardons Canada

Once you are denied entry to the US then you will need a US Entry Waiver (I-192 or I-194) to return to the USA.  

 

Had you received a pardon or record suspension prior to traveling then you would not have required a US Waiver as the Americans cannot likely see your criminal record if a pardon has been granted.

 

Obtaining a US Entry Waiver is possible and we help hundreds of people each month.  The process takes time and is costly but as long as you have been out of trouble for a reasonable time period then you are likely to get the US Waiver approved.

 
Need assistance with your US entry waiver? 
 
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