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Subject: U.S. Waiver
I have 2 general questions to pose to the readers of this forum.

1) What should I be looking for in looking for an immigration lawyer?

2) Has anyone here ever applied for a U.S. entry waiver? If so, how long did the process take place and did it involve hiring a lawyer?

[10-02-2006,17:48]
[**.197.207.18]
buddha007
us visa waiver (in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
do you mean the us visa waiver to visit the usa?? it takes just a few mins to process...just had to show return ticket, passport and give my fingerprints (they took photo at same time) the my passport was stamped and off i went...
this was last year when entering hawaii for a week holiday.

[10-02-2006,18:35]
[***.213.85.74]
us visa
U.S. entry visa (in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
So it doesn´t involve getting a lawyer or going through one of those places that does it for you for a ´fee´? Where do you get the forms to fill out?
[10-02-2006,18:46]
[**.197.207.18]
buddha007
(in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
yes got a form and filled it out and handed it to the officer upon arrival at the airport...no lawyer and no fee...
[10-02-2006,19:35]
[***.213.85.74]
us visa
(in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
If you enter the USA via land boarder crossing ( Mexico or Canada ) they charge you US$6 for the U.S. entry waiver. But you must be on a passport from a country that gets the waiver.
Currently, 27 countries participate in the Visa Waiver Program, as shown below:

Visa Waiver Program - Participating Countries.

Andorra
Iceland
Norway
Australia
Ireland
Portugal
Austria
Italy
San Marino
Belgium
Japan
Singapore
Brunei
Liechtenstein
Slovenia
Denmark
Luxembourg
Spain
Finland
Monaco
Sweden
France
the Netherlands
Switzerland
Germany
New Zealand
United Kingdom


[11-02-2006,02:16]
[***.253.41.166]
Anonymous
(in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
there is no charge for it...as long as you can prove a return ticket, prove the form they give you and have passport from one of the 26 countries
[11-02-2006,19:10]
[***.219.223.30]
us visa
Waiver (in reply to: U.S. Waiver)
Unfortunately I didn´t make myself clear about the waiver question. I was denied entry into the U.S. for a period of 5 years for mispresentating myself to the INS and is trying to figure out if I can return back into the states earlier. I know that even after 5 years I need a waiver anyway but was wondering if I can shorten that 5 year period or if a waiver would allow me to temporarily travel into the states for things like weddings, work or just passing thru the U.S. enroute to another country.
[13-02-2006,14:07]
[**.197.207.18]
buddha007

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