Please refer to the Waiver Checklist that we provided you to determine the appropriate documentation for your individual situation. If you have misplaced it,please click here and request another copy.
All the documents requested are essential to your application. Do your best to submit all your documents at once so that your file can move to the next step. Once we have received everything that is marked on your Waiver Checklist, we will begin processing your application.
These documents are only valid for one year. If your file is delayed due to court or RCMP files coming in slowly, one or more of these items may need to be updated.
It depends on the length of your current Waiver. Our office will contact you at the appropriate time to get started again, review your file for policy and requirement changes and inform you of what you will need to submit.
This is an important original document. Do not lose, tamper with or laminate your Waiver. You must show it to the Department of Homeland Security officer along with your passport every time you cross the U.S. Border, even if just taking a connecting flight through the United States.
If you have submitted your Waiver application more than 90 days ago, you may follow up with the Admissibility Review Office by email, using the instructions we provided along with your completed Waiver package.