US waivers

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If you were convicted of a criminal offence, you will require a waiver, even if you have a pardon from your home country. 

Some offences such as DUI (driving under influence) are considered by U.S. law to be admissible offences. 
Officers are given discretion to refuse entry to anyone for any criminal record, even volunteering information on criminal details of your past. If you are traveling to the United States you are taking a risk. 
The waiver clears you for entry, so you can take vacations, visit family or friends, or conduct business in the United States.

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