If you have a criminal record in Canada, you can be denied entry to the US. Even if the criminal charges have been withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, conditional or absolute discharged, you may be questioned at the US border and denied entry.
If you are denied entry to the US you will require a I-192 or I-194 US Entry Waiver to re-enter the US. This application is complicated and expensive.
If you have not been denied entry to the US but have been charged criminally, you can obtain a Canada Pardon. Once the Pardon is granted, you may be safe to travel without the need for a US Entry Waiver.
Here is a letter we recenlty received from a person we helped to obtain a Canada Pardon:
“I would like to thank you and your company for working on my behalf to receive a padon under the criminal records act.”
“I now can feel free to go away into the southern part of USA to spend the winter months. Away from all the snow and cold that we get up here in the winter.”
“My wife and i have been wanting to travel all over to see some of the wonders of nature when we had retired but felt that we couldn’t because of this criminal record.”
“We will now be able to see all the places we have wanted to go.”
If you have any questions regarding this topic or about Pardons and US Entry Waivers email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-877-929-6011.