US Waivers I-192 RSS feed for this section
Playboy Playmate Colleen Shannon

Playboy Playmate Accused of Smuggling Canadian Boyfriend into United States

Former Playboy magazine Playmate Colleen Shannon was in Federal Court this week, charged with trying to smuggle her Canadian boyfriend, Robert Skojo, across the US-Canada border during summer 2012. While Canadians are able to travel to the United States pretty easily with a valid passport, a Canadian criminal record can render them inadmissible to the […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

I am a Canadian denied entry to USA

Many Canadians love to visit the United States every year to shop, vacation or visit family and friends. Canada’s relationship with the United States is a positive one, so most Canadians only need to flash their valid passport before they are allowed on in to the United States of America. But are there circumstances where […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

What are waivers for being denied entry to the United States?

A United States waiver of inadmissibility is a document that will allow someone to enter the United States if they have previously been denied entry to the United States or think they likely would be denied entry to the United States.  People who have criminal records and health problems might be denied entry to the […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

US Entry Case Resolved

Dear Mira,   Just want to inform you that I was in the US during this last long weekend and everything went smooth at the border, so I guess they made the proper corrections regarding my file, therefore I want take this occasion to thank you for the great job performed on my case and I […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Denied Entry to the US? US Waiver FAQs

About US Waiver Applications If you have a criminal record and would like to enter the United States, you may need a waiver of inadmissibility in certain circumstances. Some people enter the US  without issues but then are denied entry on another occasions.      If you attempt to cross the border knowing you are […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

How do I Apply for a US Waiver? I am a Canadian citizen.

Q. I was refused entry to the US due to an assault charge many years ago. I am married with two kids and need to travel to the US for business and pleasure. _______________ A. Applying for a US Waiver due to a criminal conviction in the past is an involved process. What you have […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
US Waiver Application for Canadians

US Waiver Application for Canadians

Denied Entry at the US Border? You may need a US Waiver Application for Canadians Canadians crossing into the US is like a pastime. Whether entering the US for a shopping trip, to visit a relative or for business, Canadians take advantage of our largest trading partner’s close proximity and huge border facilities that can […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

US Waiver for Entry to the USA approved

Dear Michael Niren, I would like to take this opportunity, to say thank you to Niren & Associates and the whole team that aided in the development and progress of my US waiver, Advanced permission to enter the USA and my I-192 application. Mr. Niren I found your service, your associates, and your staff to […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Law Office Notes Series: US Waivers Inadmissibility to the US

New information about US Waivers Every month, at our office we have meetings among the staff about the various ares of Canada and US Immigration and Visas we handle every day. We discuss the latest developments in the law, new procedures, share experiences etc. This helps all of us keep up to date with the […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Denied Entry to the US? Useful information on US Waivers for Canadians

Information on US Waivers when one is Denied Entry to the US Below is an excerpt from an AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) bulletin sent to me by our Associate Fadi Minawi, an AILA member. I think it is a good summary regarding information on US Waivers: ________________________________________________________________ There are many reasons why a person […]

2 Comments Continue Reading →

I had a five year Bar to Enter the US which has now Passed. Do I still need a US Waiver?

Questions about US Waivers for our immigration law firm Q. I am a Canadian citizen. About 5 years ago I was denied entry to the US for misrepresentation and was given a 5 year bar. I did not try to enter the US during those 5 years but now I wish to go for visitation. […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

US Waiver Needed for Overstay in the US

A question for our law firm about Overstay in the US Hi Mr. Niren, I have some questions, We entered to U.S as B1/B2 visa holders, in March 2001 I applied to the 245-I (Labor Certification) in order to adjust our status.  I was sponsored by a company in Georgia but before my process was […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

US Waiver Application to the USA

Dear Mrs. Mary Zhang I wanted to send you a quick note to thank you kindly for the excellent service, guide, support and understanding and patience that you have shown in helping me though out the US Waiver application to the United States. I am impressed with the customer service, dedication and professionalism I have […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Are US Waivers needed for Stop-over flights in the US with a Criminal Record? Do I need Special Permission?

I was denied entry to the US over 5 yrs ago due to a criminal record. I now find that I have to fly to St. Maarten in August and there are no direct flights. I will therefore  have a short layover in the US. Is it possible to get special permission at the point […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →