US Travel Waiver - Immigration Consultation
A US travel waiver, also known as a US entry waiver, is a document issued by the US government that allows a person who is otherwise inadmissible to the United States to enter the country for a specified period of time. The waiver is typically issued to individuals who have been deemed inadmissible due to a prior criminal conviction or other circumstances that would normally make them ineligible for entry into the United States. To obtain a US travel waiver, the individual must submit an application to the US government, along with supporting documentation, such as court records or other evidence of rehabilitation. The application process can be lengthy and complex, and the outcome of the application is not guaranteed. It's important to note that a US travel waiver does not guarantee entry into the United States. It simply waives the inadmissibility grounds and allows the person to apply for admission at a US port of entry. The final decision on whether to admit the person into the United States rests with the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer. Individuals who are inadmissible to the United States should consult with a qualified immigration lawyer to determine their options for obtaining a US travel waiver or other forms of relief.
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