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A Waiver is a legal document that permits you to enter the U.S. without a problem despite the fact that you have a criminal record. If you have a past criminal record and you're caught traveling to the U.S. without a Waiver, it is likely that you will be denied an entry to the U.S. You also risk the possibility of being arrested and charged for illegal entry into the U.S. - punishable by being deported and even having your vehicle and/or property confiscated.
U.S. Customs and Immigration Officers now have computer access to the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database. With new laws being passed, making passports mandatory for Canadian citizens to enter the U.S. can now be seen by these officers, whether or not you have a prior criminal record with the swipe of a bar code.
In the past, you may have been able to travel in and out of the U.S. but now with your history on file you could be denied entry based on your criminal record. Many of these cases even relate to criminal records that occurred decades ago - but in the eyes of the law, you're still inadmissible to the U.S.
The U.S. government takes these cases very seriously. That is why it is important to apply for a Waiver in advance to travel. It will also ensure that you don't risk the humiliation of being detained and denied entry to the border in front of your family, friends and/or colleagues. Not to mention the fact that it could save you thousands of dollars in non-refundable travel and accommodation fees.
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