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How to check if you need waiver

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I am a Canadian Citizen living in Canada. I am originally from Pakistan. I went to USA while I was Pakistani citizen in 2005 on b1/b2 Visa and got married to a US citizen then I filed for the change of status and got work permit so while I was waiting for the green card interview I got divorced and got the interview date for Geen card it was in 2007. But I left US before the interview date and did not show up for the interview as I was already divorced and there was no point of going for the interview. Then I was told by my relatives that US immigration sent me a letter saying to leave the US other I will be deported. But I left US already before that letter was even delivered. I just wanna go to US for a visit and now I'm Canadian. I am wondering do I need waiver to enter the US? If I do is it only one time or I will have to take it everything I visit USA

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You can file an I 192 waiver at the border crossing

show strong ties in Canada , and proof when you

left, also proof of living outside the US since.

Try the land border waiver petition as a Canadian citizen

now you will likely get a favorable outcome

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Usually only those with serious infractions is required everytime to get a waiver

so again being now Canadian it may not be that hard...personally I believe the

embassy there is less leinent than at the land border, research more, ask an

atty whats best ....good luck

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