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Fast U.S. Waiver
US Waiver for Criminal Record
Denied Entry to U.S.
U.S. Waiver Application
U.S. Waiver Eligibility
U.S. Waiver Renewal
U.S. Waiver for Canadians
U.S. Entry Waiver

Fast U.S. Waiver

How are we able to obtain a U.S. Waiver faster then any other company in Canada? We can prepare your U.S. Waiver faster because we have a dedicated U.S. Waiver specialist team working on Waivers exclusively. We have focused our expertise on U.S. Waivers for over 10 years now, and have developed strategies which we know for a fact are the most effective as they have been tried and tested thousands of times over in the last decade.

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If you need a fast U.S. Waiver, do not take a chance placing your Waiver in the hands of just anyone. We GUARANTEE that our U.S. Waiver service is the FASTEST in Canada. In addition, we guarantee that the paperwork submitted will be complete and error free and we stand behind our work 100%. Our rate of success is extremely high, with 99.9% of our clients receiving their Waivers. Do not hesitate and speak with one of our U.S. Waiver consultants right now who can answer any and all of your Waiver related questions.

If you are ready to proceed with your U.S. Waiver application, and you require the FASTEST U.S. Waiver due to time constraints and important travel plans, we highly recommend you select the Urgent U.S. Waiver option. You will find our fees are very reasonable, and often times are Urgent Waiver is the same cost as other companies will charge you for a standard Waiver. Why pay more in fees for inferior slower service? APPLY TODAY

US Waiver for Criminal Record

The United States of America shares criminal record information with many countries, including Canada. If you have been charged, arrested or fingerprinted, you in fact have a criminal record, and your FPS or fingerprint number is accessible by US border agents and customs officers. Any criminal history can make you inadmissible to the United States.

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You must apply for a US Waiver well in advance of your desired travel date should you have a criminal record, as it will take longer to prepare your Waiver then for those without a criminal record.

Very specific information and documents regarding your charges must be obtained if you are criminally inadmissible to the US. Even if you have a Pardon, you are still inadmissible to the U.S. as Pardons are not recognized by the United States.

Absence of a US Waiver when attempting to enter the US can result in embarrassment, questioning, interrogation, deportation, detainment, search and seizure of your property and vehicle, and in some cases charges being laid.

If you have ever gained access to the US with a criminal record without a Waiver in the past, be aware that you have broken US Immigration Laws, and had your criminal record been discovered, you would have been flagged in the US system, fingerprinted, photographed and denied entry.

US border agents and customs have access to ALL Canadian criminal record information no matter how dated the conviction. Do not take a chance crossing the border without the proper legal documents required should you be criminally inadmissible to the United States. Apply for a U.S. Waiver Now.

Denied Entry to U.S.

Were you shocked to find out your charges in Canada, the U.S., or abroad resulted in you being denied entry to the U.S.? Have you been traveling to the U.S. for years, perhaps even decades without being stopped, questioned or denied entry, then suddenly you are turned away at the border? You are not alone. We literally handle thousands of US Waiver cases such as yours annually.

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It is a very common scenario to be denied entry to the U.S. after many years of traveling freely. Please be advised you have only been able to slip through the cracks for so long either because your criminal record was not searched, therefore it was not discovered, or the US border agent was lenient with you and made a judgment call to allow you to enter the U.S.

At any time you can be led into a private room, questioned, fingerprinted and photographed and be flagged in the U.S. system forever. You may or may not gain entry to the U.S. for the last time without a U.S. Waiver, and often times people lose their airline tickets, hotel arrangement, and other travel expenses due to being spontaneously denied entry to the U.S.

If this has not happened to you already, please take into consideration the possible consequences of failing to apply for a U.S. Waiver. Being denied at the border is the least severe outcome, as you can be charged, detained, searched, and your property and vehicle seized should you be found to be attempting to enter illegally.

Obtain your U.S. Waiver now so that you can travel freely without worrying about denial of entry. APPLY NOW

U.S. Waiver Application

We strongly advise that you do not attempt to prepare your own U.S. Waiver application, as many people omit important documents, complete the immigration forms incorrectly, and/or do not have strong or sufficient U.S. Waiver supporting documents for their application. In the best case scenario this will cause a delay in your U.S. Waiver application processing, or your application will simply be denied and your U.S. Waiver application submission fee lost.

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For those people who have prepared their own U.S. Waiver applications in the past, they most commonly receive the least amount of time allowed for a U.S. Waiver as they do not know what supporting documents are the most effective for U.S. Waiver applications.

One of the most important determining factors in the length of your U.S. Waiver is the personal statement. Many people do not realize that some of the information contained in the statement can greatly influence the outcome of their U.S. Waiver application.

Our paralegal team looks over each and every statement, and we provide you with information based on years of experience for what is effective, and what will grant you the maximum time allowed based on your individual circumstance.

Of course your criminal charges and the length of time since you last committed a crime also plays a determining factor in the outcome of your U.S. Waiver application, however, our experienced team can provide you with our honest opinion in the strength of your case. We will also work on the weaknesses of your U.S. Waiver application, and capitalize on your strengths.

Call for a U.S. Waiver consultation today at 1.800.915.8222 or begin your U.S. Waiver Application Right Now!

U.S. Waiver Eligibility

There is no specific U.S Waiver eligibility requirement, such as how much time must have elapsed since your last conviction or charge, or what type of charge(s) you have. Even if you are on probation, or have outstanding fines or restitution payments, you are still eligible to apply for a U.S. Waiver.

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Certainly the length of time since your last conviction plays a role in determining the outcome of your application, but the type of charge and the number of charges you have also needs to be considered. Your current lifestyle, proof of reintegration into society, etc. all assist with determining your chances of approval, but noone is barred from applying.

You may be wondering if you have one single charge from 20 years ago whether or not you need a Waiver, the answer is yes. Whether or not you have one charge or twenty, you are still eligible to apply for a U.S. Waiver, however, your chances of approval and/or the length of your Waiver depends of numerous factors.

Whether your charges are Summary or Indictable, involve controlled substances, violence, or moral turpitude all play a role in determining the outcome of your application. The special team at U.S. Waiver. Com knows what type of documents are needed in each scenario to best support your case and maximize your chances of approval even in the most serious situations.

At US Waiver. Com we have likely encountered every scenario that exists over the past decade preparing U.S. Waiver applications. We will provide you with our honest opinion as to your chances of approval, and the length of time you should be approved for based on your circumstances. Allow us to evaluate your case and provide you with our judgment of the case without any obligations. Call a Waiver Consultant right now for answers. 1.800.915.8222

U.S. Waiver Renewal

It is recommended that you begin the process to renew your soon-to-expire Waiver at least 6 months prior to expiry. Even if you have submitted a U.S. Waiver in the past, and you simply need to renew your Waiver, you must do the entire process from start to finish once again. It is possible that forms, requirements, laws, fees. etc. have changed since your last application, therefore, we advise you not to be presumptuous with your U.S. Waiver application.

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If you have some of the documents from your previous U.S. Waiver, it can be helpful in obtaining the required documentation for your renewal Waiver, greatly speeding up the preparation time. Some of the previous supportive documents may or may not be reusable. We can review your previous case and advise you on the best action to take. Likely we can cut down on the preparation time of your U.S. Waiver application by having some information in our possession regarding your case before we begin preparation of your renewal Waiver. Contact one of our Waiver Consultants to discuss how quickly we can prepare your renewal Waiver, or simply APPLY ONLINE.

U.S. Waiver for Canadians

Your status in Canada determines the way in which a U.S. Waiver must be prepared for Canadians. If you are a Canadian citizen, we can take care of your U.S. Waiver application for you. However, for permanent residents, the preparation is somewhat different, and you must attend an interview at the Consulate and submit your U.S. Waiver in conjunction with a Visa application. We currently are not providing services to those who are not Canadian Citizens, and we advise you obtain an Immigration Lawyer if you fall into the abovementioned category.

U.S. Entry Waiver

If you have received an expedited removal order, deportation order, or ban, you are still eligible to apply for a U.S. entry waiver if you need to re-enter the United States. Most people who have resided illegally, worked illegally, have overstayed in the U.S. or have committed a crime in the U.S. will receive one of the abovementioned orders. You do not have to wait until your ban expires to re-enter the U.S., however, you do need a special waiver for lifting such ban before you are granted permission for re-entry.

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The majority of people who fall into this category can have a more complex case, due to previous U.S. visas, green cards or U.S. criminal records. However, the preparation of these types of waivers can be faster then the criminal inadmissibility waiver, and in some circumstances we can prepare these applications in as little as a week or two particularly if you apply for the Urgent U.S. Entry Waiver service.

Completing this specific type of waiver can be challenging, and we do not advise you go at it alone. When hiring our service, we guarantee our paperwork is correct. Additionally, the supporting documentation that goes along with this type of application is also highly important. You must demonstrate that your intentions are not to enter to U.S. to live there as an illegal alien, and the U.S. entry waiver specialists at U.S. Waiver.com know exactly what type of documents are the most believable in convincing U.S. Homeland Security that your intentions are merely to visit the U.S and not reside there.

Speak with a U.S. Entry Waiver consultant right now to discuss your case confidentially. You are under no obligation, and the consultation is complimentary.

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