How to Appeal being Denied Entry to the US

Did you know that you can be denied entry to the United States if you have a criminal record or a health problem? It happens every day, even to Canadian citizens. Even a very old criminal conviction that occurred decades ago can result in a denial of entry to the United States.

I was denied entry to the United States! What next?

Our immigration law firm has handled thousands of denial of entry cases. If you have been denied entry to the United States because of criminal inadmissibility, contact us using the from on the right or at the telephone number above. We are a team of qualified experts and we can help!

If you have been denied entry to the United States for criminal inadmissibility, you may be eligible to apply for a US Waiver of inadmissibility. These waivers would allow you into the United States and a re valid for five years – you would need to display it when you enter the United States (each time) and would be granted entrance to the US even despite your criminality.

Applying for US waivers can be complex and involves several different forms, including the G-325A Biographic Information form and the I-192 Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a NonImmigrant form. You must also provide an RCMP certificate and court records relating to your criminal case.

In addition to the above paperwork, you will be required to provide evidence of your ties to Canada (to show you will not overstay your waiver) as well as proof of passing a drug test if your criminal record is related to drugs in any way.

Do you need a US waiver of inadmissibility? Give us a call! We can tell you if you are eligible and go from there after we assess your case.

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