US Entry Waiver Case Discussion

KSCOTTposted 4 months ago

Hello, my name is Ken Scott and I am a Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst with usentrywaiverservices.com. This room will be for us discussing the various cases that we get at our locations. We tend to specialize in the complex us entry waiver big fish cases, but we do get some smaller fish cases as well. We have cleared some newsworthy clients that were the subject of the 6-o clock news in the 1990's and 2000's in Vancouver and Surrey BC. Hopefully, you are able to use some of this information that we will discuss in regard to our new do it yourself us entry service. We have 6 global locations to include Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, London U.K., Tallinn Estonia, and Washington State.

We have 1 corporate mailing box by our Surrey office where all the mail is sent to 1 central location and is distributed to what relevant location as needed. I have personnel/affiliates on my team to include Counsellors, a Fingerprinting Company, Letter Writers, Psychologists. US Immigration Lawyers, I.T. Specialists, a Drug Testing Company and more. Apparently, we are the only Canadian business that specializes in the Lifetime Clearances aka September Letters.

We also have a strong online presence such as blogs, YouTube, and an Internet Talk Radio Show. We can also refer your case to an appropriate US Immigration Lawyer if needed as we just did that today to a gentleman that came to our Surrey BC location and needed an I-601 Waiver for his sponsorship.

Specifically, we will launch the do it yourself us waiver service in October. Basically, it will be a service where you do most of the us entry waiver work yourself and we will charge a small fee to go over and add in various changes. This may include us preparing your letters of reference, preparing your letter of explanation, doing a case analysis, or developing a rehabilitation plan for you (if needed) so that CBP will see that you are now rehabilitated. Note that this is mostly for the small fish cases only.

This will save you money where you will not have to hire a $525 Discount Waiver Company that will rip you off since you are doing the vast majority of the case yourself. The Discount Waiver Companies will also attack this post since this will also cause them to lose their cash cows as they see it.

As always, we are there to try and save you some money and headache from dealing with the U.S. Gov’t. We have other professional resources that may facilitate a favourable decision in your US Entry Waiver case.

www.usentrywaiverservices.com
1 888 908-3841
604 332-9213

[ KSCOTT appended this reply on September 26, 2020 @ 3:34 pm ]

Btw people should fact check their waiver provider and demand that they show where in the reglations they can look up the information themselves. Everything that we tell a client can easily be fact checked in government regulations and policies. We show them exacly what is being done and why.

[ KSCOTT appended this reply on November 21, 2020 @ 1:07 pm ]

Also, Michelle do you use the Mary Kay cream only on their hands or do you also use it on your face as well?

[ KSCOTT appended this reply on November 21, 2020 @ 1:10 pm ]

Sorry this was meant for box #50.

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Edit, I should note, I am referring to Canadian Immigration ONLY.

Michelle replied 4 months ago   #13

Hi Ken, Thanks! I am always interested in new projects or business, however, regarding Immigration, I would need to review as I am not an Immigration Consultant. As you are aware, you must be certified (Licensed) to provide any type of Immigration services (except fingerprinting) when collecting fees for services.. I looked into the course, but was not willing to relocate to Saskatoon and go to school for 2 years. The only exceptions to these rules is if you belong to a Religious group AKA Church; if you are a friend or relative, but not receiving any compensation and of course Lawyers, (they seemed to be exempt from not having any Immigration experience, but still charge people a large amount of money)....However, since you are a Licence Certified Immigration Consultant, I might be able to assist you under your certification. I should review this again, as I have many clients who ask for me to assist them and I basically have been doing things such as renewal of PR Cards, helping with passports from other countries, and in a few cases, applying for Citizenship, all have been as "probono work"...

Michelle replied 4 months ago   #12

@ Michelle. No problem my dear since we will always be there for you and can help you with all of our resources and tools if needed. I wish that we had staff members with your exceptionally high level of knowledge of the Canada Criminal Code.

If we get busy with pardon cases then we would be honoured to outsource them all to you since you are highly experienced, trained and do not operate a $449.08 Discount Waiver Company. It will be some time but we also may be able to offer you an enhancement of services where you can offer Canada immigration services and be an Agent for when I eventually get my Juris Doctorate or even now under my affiliate that is a Licenced Canada Immigration Consultant. You will have lower competition in your area, and there is something called the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program that might be of interest to you.

I ask that maybe you decline immigration clients that use terms like douche bag, twerp and eureka since these people denote an extremely low level of intelligence and they often do not have 2 nickels to rub together.

Also, clientele that have a strange and unnatural infatuation of 14-year-old boys and infants and who may refer to them/compare people to them since this may indicate Pedophilia.

Ken Scott
Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst
www.usentrywaiverservices.com
604 332-9213
1 888 908-3841

KSCOTT replied 4 months ago   #11

@Ken..thank you..glad I could help..as I have always said "the ultimate goal on here is too help people receive solutions to their problems..whether they do it themselves or hire us for a USA travel waiver or a Pardon..

Michelle replied 4 months ago   #10

I also forgot to add one especially important thing yesterday. We are currently working on getting a lifetime clearance for one of our clients that was convicted in Saskatchewan but does not live there. We needed a 2nd opinion regarding documenting certain things per the case and we reached out to Michelle for assistance. We were contemplating writing another advisory opinion to CBP regarding certain details of the case since we did this very thing for the gentleman that has the 3 Cocaine trafficking convictions in Los Angeles.

Michelle used her impeccable knowledge of the Canada Criminal Code and found an extremely effective solution to the problem. We indeed owe her a debt of gratitude and look forward to helping her in a similar fashion with any waiver cases if she reaches out to us in a similar fashion. Once again thank you Michelle for your assistance.

This is what happens when you cooperate and work together with a colleague. Hence this is also why we reached out to the California criminal defence lawyer for some assistance. The California court system is complex, and it can be advantageous to the case if you need to hire local Counsel there to facilitate effective closure for cases originating in that state.

We also have 2 other clients coming to one of our locations this week and both cases are sensitive in nature and political as well.

Ken Scott
Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst
www.usentrywaiverservices.com
1 888 908-3841
604 332-9213

KSCOTT replied 4 months ago   #9

@ John Please see the thread titled Ken Scott and his business.

KSCOTT replied 4 months ago   #8

@Ken Scott, you don't have a price list, is that correct? You charge clients different amount depending on how badly you need to scrape by that particular month right? Both the clients who used Ken Scott (and then would never use him again) were charged less than what I usually do (the first) waiver for. I charge $650 but I also include the taxes and fingerprints in that, since I provide that service right here, in my actual office. Re-applications are cheaper, $495.00. So if you use Ken Scott (not a smart move) you are being charged an arbitrary amount, and if he is even in Canada, meeting some friend of his in a coffee shop. Then you are paying for fingerprints. As you can see here, a lot of his bio is fictional. He does have waiver knowledge, but that is wasted at his attempt to portray himself as someone he is not. I do know his "business" is in huge trouble. He has no new clients, does not do pardons or fingerprints, and if you give him money, you have a decent chance at regretting it. Be careful.

J Rogers replied 4 months ago   #7

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 year and a half ago and he just told me that he got his waiver approved.

So do not believe when the Discount Waiver Companies tell you that sex assault convictions will not be approved under the Trump administration. This individual is extremely happy and is an Ontario resident. This is the same client that was also mentioned yesterday in another thread by the agent of a Discount Waiver Company. It took a very long time and indeed was a major effort to get approved.

Sex Assault convictions can get approved under this administration if you know what you are doing. You will not get this same level of service if you are only paying 499 plus tax on a waiver since this is a car payment for some people. So yes contact the professionals when you need to resolve your border crossing issues. It is even better if you are in BC since we can have you come to our Surrey, Burnaby or Vancouver location and meet one of our staff members.

www.usentrywaiverservices.com
Ken Scott
Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst
1 888 908-3841
604 332-9213

K Scott replied 4 months ago   #6

Oh, I had an additional note that I should mention. We have the V.I.P program where people that literally made the local news in the 1990s and 2000s will get their waivers done for free by us. We do this as a courtesy since just their notoriety more than pays for itself. It can be tricky posting their personal info based on privacy rules and laws. This program is mostly geared towards clients in B.C. since people in certain groups here are familiar with our V.I.P members. People here from B.C. and likely Alberta know exactly what I am talking about.

Hence there is really no need to mention certain names since people in Ontario will likely not even know these people for the most part. Also, note that people that have been to our various locations are more than aware of their existence. We do not take walk-in clients from the street due to the nature of our work and the type of clientele that we deal with on a constant basis. Hence, all relevant info is given out at the time of the appointment.

Express Pardons had a similar but different security set up. Specifically, you had to be buzzed into the actual office as they were behind a steel door with cameras. You had to press the button and the clerk would address you over the intercom and inquire as to the nature of your business. You had to have an appointment to enter the actual location. We admire their security system and have used a modified version of their old one.

www.usentrywaiverservices.com
1 888 908-3841
604 332-9213
Ken Scott
Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst

K Scott replied 4 months ago   #5

These are legitimate questions. Please answer.

Just a couple of questions.

-Where is this Surrey Location? "Burnaby manager" where is the Burnaby location?
-You said you had newsworthy cases from the 1990' and the 2000's...post the link so we can see.
-Whats the actual date of this roll out, and where will people be able to find it?

J Rogers replied 4 months ago   #4

We also have an interesting case that ties into this forum. A certain person here that stupidly claims to be an "expert" advised people in 2018 to give false statements to CBP at the border. In 2018 I had said that this was a violation under 18 U.S.C and a person could be prosecuted by the government. Well, we have such a case now where this client received a sentence of between 2-5 years for this offence. He made a false statement at the border and he was actually tried federally. I do not want to give the specifics here since I do want to protect the identity of the client. Right now we are conducting the research to get all of the particulars regarding the case. I was hoping that he would qualify for the lifetime clearance initially.

Unfortunately, this was not the case after we obtained his conviction file. However, he needs a waiver because of the false statements as opposed to his actual offence at the border. We will also only entertain questions that are of a relevant and intelligent nature. We will also report that we had already made contact with I.C.E in New York and provided the name and company of the aforementioned individual here that has instructed people to make false statements to CBP officers. The officer took the information and said that he would forward it on for further investigation.

However, I do not anyone here to just take my word. You can read the statute under 18 U.S.C, Sections 1001(a)(1) and (a)(2). It states in part:


(a)Except as otherwise provided in this section, whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the Government of the United States, knowingly and willfully—
(1)falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact;
(2)makes any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or
(3)makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry;
shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years or, if the offense involves international or domestic terrorism (as defined in section 2331),
imprisoned not more than 8 years, or both. If the matter relates to an offense under chapter 109A, 109B, 110, or 117, or section 1591, then the term of
imprisonment imposed under this section shall be not more than 8 years.

So people think about this when you listen to the individual that purposely told you to give false statements to CBP at the border. You can get prosecuted federally, and this is why we warn people of the dangers of dealing with Discount Waiver Companies.

www.usentrywaiverservices.com
1 888 908-3841
604 332-9213
Ken Scott
Senior U.S. Immigration Law Intelligence Analyst

K SCOTT replied 4 months ago   #3

Just a couple of questions.

-Where is this Surrey Location? "Burnaby manager" where is the Burnaby location?
-You said you had newsworthy cases from the 1990' and the 2000's...post the link so we can see.
-Whats the actual date of this rollout, and where will people be able to find it?

J Rogers replied 4 months ago   #2

Today 2 individuals came to the Surrey location and needed our services. The first individual had a US federal case that he needs to get a US Entry Waiver for. We went over his case and determined the relevant information needed to prepare his file. His file will be ready in about 5 months since we need some additional information that is coming to our office. Covid has slowed down the US Govt and the client fully understands this and is fine with it. We then sent him to our fingerprint associate to do the relevant checks. We may try to show that the financial part of his case is irrelevant.

The 2nd individual came to our Surrey location Jan 2020 and decided that he wanted to think about whether he wanted to file for a waiver or not. He came back today and told us that he is not being sponsored to the USA. His case was tricky since he has an active sponsorship pending and would have to attend Montreal for his sponsorship interview.

My Burnaby manager still wanted to try and get him a waiver, but I decided that it would be better to refer him to one of our US immigration lawyers since he might need an I-601 waiver. It is not a good thing to try and do an I-192 waiver when someone has an active sponsorship pending as this may interfere with the sponsorship. Thus, the client may suffer an adverse action in regard to the sponsorship.

His offence involved facilitation of unlawful entry of persons into the USA and false statements. False statements and the aforementioned offence are lifetime bans and would require a US Entry Waiver. However, if he qualifies for approval of his 601, then he will be good for life as long as he is not placed in removal proceedings in the USA.

I also want to say thank you for the people that have been contacting us from the other rooms. This success and fame would not have been possible if a certain individual had not created a room here titled “Ken and his business.” The people that have called us have stated that they would like something like this that shows the inner working of our corporation and the processing/preparation of US Entry Waiver cases. Please note though that we often get extremely sensitive cases, and these will not be mentioned here at all.

Also, we will minimize the offences of our clients to protect their privacy and will never mention names or information that may spotlight them.

www.usentrywaiverservices.com

1 888 908-3841

604 332-9213

KSCOTT replied 4 months ago   #1

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