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Entering the United States with a Pardon

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A client mentioned that her husband had a Pardon and had never tried to cross into the USA while he had a criminal record. They are planning a family trip and wondered if he needs a Waiver.
The answer is no. He would only need a US Entry Waiver (I 192) if he was actually denied entry to the US. Since her husband has a Pardon, his criminal record will no longer show up on the CPIC database, which is what the US border services accesses when probing to see if a Canadian has a criminal record.


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