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Did you know that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has access to your criminal record?
A criminal record does not only contain convictions but also records of arrest, fingerprints and charges.
Even if you were pardoned you will need a U.S. Entry Waiver. The United States Government does not recognize a Canadian Pardon.
Even if your record is not viewable by law enforcement in Canada, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security maintains a duplicate of your records and can access them anytime.
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bigal wrote:Question for jay1962
when you went thru customs
was your husband ever ask if he had been fingerprinted before
or asked if he had a criminal record
and if they did ask how did he answer
I've been charged with Assault ( grabbed a guys shirt after he threatened me ) has not gone to court just happened in Sept.
How ever my wife and I and parents are going on a crusie next month ( booked it a year ago )so no time to get waiver
nervous what to say if i get asked the qustion about fingerprints
because i had to get them done already
but have not been convicted of assault
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