Welcome to the new i-194 Waiver Forum
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i194waiver
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Arrest Record on Google
Does anyone on here have their arrest record on Google? What have you done to try to remove it? I have a client who received his Pardon, however, his arrest story is still showing on Google...
Michelle
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September Letter - No US Entry Waiver Needed
OK so everyone has probably already heard that the US Entry Waiver application fee will be increasing from $585usd to $1400 on Oct 2, 2020. This will be a painful experience for some people. Now...
KSCOTT
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Ken Scott and his business.
Kens company is just a mailbox in a UPS store. Google the address. Combine that with simply reading his posts to draw your own conclusions. I speculate Ken actually has moved to another job...
J Rogers
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Systematic Racism in Canada
I am sure like me, many of you are watching what is happening in the US and probably being very grateful that you live in Canada. The US has a horrible problem with how black people are treated...
J Rogers
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Reminder - Important Waiver dates
September 21st is when the border is "scheduled" to take waiver applications. This is an important date because on October 2, the waiver fee is scheduled to increase to $1400 from $585USD. As I...
J Rogers
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RCMP Accreditation
Hi All, sorry I have not been on here much, but was preparing for my 5 year renewal site accreditation, which was yesterday...OMG was it brutal...honestly, if I had not been involved in this for...
Michelle
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October 2nd Fee Increase. Way to use E-Safe to not have fee increase (possibly)
The Fee is going up October 2nd, but because the border MAY not open September 21st, people may not be able to beat the fee increase. There is another possibility. I want to share it hear with...
J Rogers
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US Entry Waiver For Sex Assault Related Convictions
I just got word from a client that we obtained from here. He had a sex-related offence from many years ago and I was just informed that his approved waiver came in the mail. He posted here about a...
K Scott
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Have you even clicked the "sponsors" that advertise on this Forum? I did. What a surprise.
The advertisement says "fast pardons in 6 months" already a bogus claim. And why? Well they hide their identity pretty well at first. But one of the "organizations" they claim to belong to is...
J Rogers
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Border will NOT open August 21. Pushed back "officially" to September 21st.
I will contact Homeland Security on August 21st to be sure, and maybe take a trip to verify. It seems like we will have to pin our hopes on September 21st as the day the border re-opens for...
J Rogers
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Parole Board of Canada
FYI, the Parole Board of Canada is still not accepting phone calls.... :(....They are accepting paperwork - but have not processed any new applications since March. I am receiving old applications...
Michelle
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Waiver Fee increase October 2 2020
The final decision on fee increases has been rendered and it is going up to $1400 USD on October 2 2020. It is pretty clear that if the border is NOT open by then, its not going to matter. As...
J Rogers
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CBP no longer processing waivers at Preclearance?
Hi everyone. I had read an article stating waivers can't be submitted at airports anymore, including after the border closure ends. Anyone know if this is true?
Matt F
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Waiver eliminated
Read in a news feed waivers being eliminated any truth to that
Terry17
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Crossing Over Under COVID
Ok so one of our waiver clients crossed over to the USA at YVR and she said that she had no issues. She said that they asked fewer questions than if it were a land border. She returned to Canada...
K SCOTT
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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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