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There is no "penalty" or downside to letting your waiver expire and then applying. I know certain companies like to pretend you must keep the waiver current, but I have seen no evidence they are treated differently.
My advice to clients is always the same. If your not going to use it anyways, there is no benefit in having a valid waiver. Two exceptions could be the rising/falling Canadian US dollar (might cost more to wait or vice versa) or an emergency.
In the past, I would apply for a new waiver before my current one expires. With no urgency to travel to the or through the U.S., I am considering applying later, sometime after my current one expires.
Appreciate any thoughts on this.
My 6th waiver expires in early 2022. The last 2 have been 5-year waivers.
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