A US Entry Waiver or I-194 is usually only required if you have been denied entry to the US. If you have an old theft charge for example, you may get a Canada Pardon and then be safe to travel to the US without the worry of being denied entry.
Here is a thank you letter from a client we recently helped to remove an old theft charge with a Canada Pardon:
“I was 18 year old, young and naive. When I left the store holding my friend’s bag, I was unaware that the items in the bag were stolen. As a result, I ended up getting fingerprinted and having a criminal record.”
“In February 2009, now aged 36, I decided enough was enough. I called Pardons Canada and 7 months later I was granted a Pardon.”
“I feel that I have my life back again. The staff at Pardons Canada was a great help. They answered all of my questions and anytime that I felt I needed information, they guided and supported me.”
“My husband was unaware of my past and I now feel that I do not need to share this embarassing detail of my past criminal record.”
“I no longer have to worry about travelling to the US, and most of all I now have eternal peace of mind.”
If you have any questions regarding this topic or about Pardons and US Entry Waivers email us at email@example.com or call 1-877-929-6011.