A replacement Waiver will be issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) if the original was lost, stolen or mutilated.
To request a new Waiver, you will need to fill in Form I-824 (Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition). Go to www.cbp.gov and search for I-824. The form and all details regarding submission can be found there. You will need to pay a fee (approx. U$400) and you can either mail your application to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) or submit it in person at a designated CBP land border or a Canadian preclearance office (see website listed above for locations).
Please note that if your lost Waiver expires in less than 6 months, you should contact our office to start the Waiver renewal process. The replacement process can be lengthy and in most instances, starting a renewal is more time efficient.