The United States can refuse admission to any person convicted of a criminal offence. This means that if you have a criminal record, you should obtain a US Entry Waiver to ensure that you will not be turned back at the border and that you can legally travel to, or through, the US.
Anyone granted a US Entry Waiver, issued by the United States Department of Homeland Security, should be at no risk of being refused entry to the US. A valid US Entry Waiver overrides any personal discretion that US border guards may have. The traveller can enter via air or land any number of times throughout the term of the waiver.
Obtaining an I-192 waiver to travel to the United States will require fingerprints (we provide this service) and we can also help you with the US Entry Waiver application process.
At Commissionaires, you will be treated with courtesy and respect—regardless of your background or the circumstances surrounding your criminal conviction. We offer a confidential setting where your individual rights and privacy are assured.
- US Entry Waivers: FAQs
- US Entry Waivers: FAQ, application process, pricing, etc. (printer-friendly PDF)