Not Every Criminal Offense Will Require a US Entry Waiver to Enter the USA Per US-ENTRY-WAIVER.COM

You may be able to enter the USA without needing a us entry waiver.


New Westminster, BC -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/27/2015 --A US immigration legal process outsourcing firm in Surrey specializing in US Entry Waiver services for Canadian citizens with criminal records or US Immigration violations has recently shared via its online platform It is a common misconception that every criminal conviction/offence requires a us entry waiver to enter the United States of America.

The firm has successfully cleared many Canadian clients that currently have a minor/lengthy criminal past. Many of whom had their us entry waiver applications prepared by others and were previously denied. Specifically, their waiver cases had been prepared by inexperienced or incompetent US immigration lawyers and waiver/pardon preparation companies. An example was that the aforementioned individuals told them that every criminal offence required a us entry waiver to enter America. This is simply not true. There are ways to even get a permanent us entry waiver clearance letter for certain cases.

The comprehensive information on the website's homepage explaining that all Permanent US Entry Waiver clearance letters share the fact that not all offences will require a us entry waiver. This is because essentially some criminal offences are not offences that are deemed to make you inadmissible to the United States. One big problem is that a number of US Customs and Border Protection Officers do not essentially know which ones are applicable in this category. This also applies to some lawyers and pardon/waiver companies.

It may seem unusual that a U.S. government official would not know this information. The problem is that USCBP was formed in March of 2003. Prior to this date, the former U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service was the resident authority in regards to determining if a person was inadmissible at the border. They were indeed extremely skilled at their jobs. The few remaining former INS officers working at CBP are referred to as "Legacy INS Officers." However, we now have a new generation of people that generally seem to not place the same emphasis on education and job proficiency as they did. As a result, you often run into inconsistent decisions from various CBP officers on the same particular subject. K. Scott of Denied Entry to USA says," You can ask the same question regarding criminality to 20 different CBP officers and you would likely get 18 different answers. Some of them just flat out don't know."

Now you would think that ok I can just go out and hire a lawyer and everything will be fine. This is not necessarily true either as per K. Scott, "I have seen some cases prepared by U.S. immigration lawyers and pardon/waiver companies. I was gob smacked by the poor shoddy work from such professionals." Sometimes the lawyers retained by us entry waiver clients seem to forget whether they are working to "aggressively represent the client" or if they working on the side of the U.S. Customs & Border Protection Service. The lawyers and pardon/waiver companies don't even seem to understand how to "properly" prepare a successful us entry waiver application. They don't even understand how to "make a proper presentation" in regards to the case. Per K. Scott, "We had an individual with nearly 45 Canadian offences for varying things from illegal possession of automatic weapons to Assault with Weapons, Robbery, Burglary, Assault Causing Bodily Harm and numerous other offences. We got this individual's waiver approved in a record time of 3 months. He is now on his 5 year waiver!" Another had a criminal past of Assault Causing Bodily Harm and Uttering Threats. We got him a permanent clearance from ever needing a U.S. Entry Waiver! We even had one that had been caught with Marijuana on his person and rolling papers at the border. He even admitted to C.B.P in a sworn statement that he had smoked Marijuana for 8 years. Yet we got him a permanent clearance too!"

Hence, the firm suggests all Canadian residents with a criminal record, pardoned or unpardoned, to determine if their criminal offence is one that will make them inadmissible to the USA. People also need to understand that a person can even make themselves inadmissible with criminal charges (not a conviction) if they "voluntarily admit" to the CBP officer the essential elements of a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude or an Aggravated Felony.

Canadians, with inadmissible criminal or US immigration violation issues, seek a reliable US Immigration Legal Process Outsourcer. Locality is also important since you can visit the firm whose highly experienced team will find a creative and effective solution to clear you a path on how to enter or re-enter USA. The firm informed that they also provide assistance to residents in other provinces via their client support dedicated phone line.

US-ENTRY-WAIVER.COM is the online platform concentrating on assisting Canadian residents with criminality or U.S. Immigration violation issue to enter the USA legally and smoothly. The firm's website also provides valuable information for Canadians on how to visit the USA with a criminal past.

For more information about US Entry Waiver Criminal or immigration violation issues, or to schedule a meeting or interview with founders of, please email to or call at 888-908-3841