Welcome to the new i-194 Waiver Forum
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US Customs Inquiry
I received my waiver several months ago. Traveling to Orlando next week and leaving from Toronto. Question: I am traveling with my wife and step son. My step son does know not of my situation...
Bobby Hart
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Handing in Waivers -Quarantine and timelines - Post here
SEPTEMBER LETTER This is an overstay, she lived in the US from 14 to 29 years of age. She was granted a 5 year waiver, and then re-applied and is thrilled she never has to apply again. ...
J Rogers
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What I HATE about Homeland Security
A client had a misrepresentation. Born in Pakistan, Canadian Citizen. He applied for the waiver, was granted a September Letter on December 26 2023. Tried to cross 2 days later at the Thousand...
J Rogers
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Travel Information
Hello, First time waiver for me and my question is about the travel information on the form. Do I need to know where and when I plan to travel to? Just looking of having waiver done in advance of...
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Can i travel to mexico
Hello Do I need US entry waiver to enter Mexico? Thank you
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Trespass + Simple Possession charge - is waiver needed?
I got myself into some trouble in the US when I was 17 and I got charged with trespass and simple possession of Marijuana, the thing was resolved with a plea bargain in which I was given probation...
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On April 1 2024 the Waiver fee is going up to $1100USD form its current $585USD. I will post a link tomorrow. Despite the date, not an April fools joke unfortunately.
J Rogers
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Port Parole Attempt - Some info.
A client asked to attempt a Port Parole. We were pretty sure it would fail, but he wanted to try anyways. Circumstances were not very strong, but here is at least some insight into the answer...
J Rogers
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Contact Information - John Rogers
I don't want to clog up topics ongoing, so I will post my information here. John Rogers Pardon and Waiver Experts 96 Kennedy Road South Suite 201 Brampton On 905-459-9669 cell...
I-192 renewal
Hi all, I need to renew my waiver that has expired a couple of years ago, this would be the fifth time doing so successfully for a since pardoned 1989 simple possession conviction. It`s been a...
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E safe Applicant Log In Problems
Anyone having problems logging in today? Not sure what is going on with website. Any guidance would be really appreciated.
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B1/B2 waiver and TD visa
I have TN and applying for my TD and she has a valid waiver for B1/B2. Is she required to change the waiver for TD or she is good to go on the B1/B2 waiver? Thanks.
Nonimmigrant visa + I-194
Is it possible to qualify for a green card or another non-immigrant visa (O-1, E-2, TN, H-1B etc) while on an inadmissibility waiver? If I was to marry a US citizen while on an inadmissibility...
My Experience with PWOC - US Waiver
Hello, Back in 2020 I began my US waiver application with Pardons & Waivers of Canada. I was referred to them by a friend who had a successful waiver application with them. I was hesitant to...
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Documents Required
If you have a pardon do you still need to Obtain the court records from where you were convicted or just include the full pardon documentation showing the charges ? Is an employment letter...
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Welcome to the I‑194 Waiver Forum

A discussion forum for any Canadian who has been denied entry into the United States because of criminal record, having overstayed a previous visit to the U.S., an infectious disease, or other reason. Applying for and receiving a US entry waiver is a simple process that you can complete yourself. It requires documentation, fingerprints, completion of the I-192 waiver application form and an interview at a pre-clearance or US border facility. Current filing fees are $585 / $930 US. This US I-194 waiver is typically granted for temporary visits to the USA for between 1-5 years (5 years is the maximum).

Update: As of Mid-2019 you can file and pay Form I-192 application online using the Electronic Secured Adjudication Forms Environment (e-SAFE).

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