If you have a criminal record in Canada and have been refused entry at the US Border, you must obtain a US Entry Waiver (I-192 or I-194) to return to the US.
We speak to hundreds of Canadians each week that are shocked to discover that the Americans have uncovered an old criminal record and have refused them entry. This is followed by dismay and disappointment that they can no longer visit friends or relatives in the US, travel there on business or pleasure and generally limit their freedom for traveling.
Here is a thank you letter we recently received by someone we helped to obtain a US Entry Waiver, I-192:
“I cannot truly express the appreciation that I feel over the hlep your organization has given me over the past year.”
“25 years ago I got into trouble with the result of a criminal record. I never had any problems since, neither for getting good jobs or travel to the USA, and I never gave my criminal record much thought and never took any steps to find out how to get a pardon.”
“However, in Sept 2009 I got a huge wake up call when for the first time I was refused entry to the USA when on a business trip.”
“This turned my life up side down since my job entailed frequent travel to the USA.”
“I was extremely upset and panicked that this would mean losing the job that I loved and had been doing for 13 years. I was confused of what steps needed to be taken and how to keep this problem confidential.”
“Thankfully I found Pardons Canada on the internet and contacted you. From the beginning, your helpful staff calmed my fears and guided me through the steps required for both obtaining a pardon for the criminal record and getting me an entry waiver to the USA. I now have both, thanks to your organization.”
“Reliving mistakes of the past is not easy, but with your guidance I was able to get through the process without fear and nervousness that I would make a mistake and get rejected.”
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.