Have You Been Stopped at the US Border? Then File a I-192 Application!

(Below is a transcription of this video)

Hi. My name is Michael Niren. I’m an Immigration Lawyer and Founder of This is a message for Canadians or other individuals who are having trouble entering the U.S. through the U.S. border.

Filing a I-192 Application for Temporary Entry

Perhaps you have a criminal record, a DUI, an assault charge or some offense that is preventing you from entering, or may prevent you from entering. Well, there is a solution to this. We call it a U.S. waiver, where you could potentially apply for admission into the United States based on the fact that, despite that you have an inadmissibility problem, that you have a criminal record, or even a health issue, that you are deserving of temporary entry. There’s a form that is completed. It’s a I-192 form, and there’s some other forms as well.

The I-192 Application Process

An application is made, and the process could take a number of months, but if it’s approved usually you get a five year pass where you could show your waiver every time you cross the border and you’ll be admitted. We have a U.S. visa team at our firm that specializes in doing U.S. waivers so if you have an inadmissibility problem or you think that you may be inadmissible because of some past issues you’ve had, or perhaps you’ve had a run in with U.S. Customs, we can definitely help you.

Do You Need Help With Your I-192 Application?

The key is to prepare a very strong application. It’s not just about filling out a form and sending it. You have to make a strong case why it is that you’re deserving of entry despite that you may have a history or some issues that would prevent you. But we handle lots of these cases with great success so we’re hoping to help you as well. So hopefully this video helped you and if you have any questions go to our website Thank you and have a great day.

Contact our experienced team today, and let us help you with your I-192 application.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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