The documentation required for a US Entry Waiver includes the following:
- Evidence of citizenship
- Completed I-192 Waiver and G-325a forms
- A copy of your criminal record (if you were denied due to criminal convictions)
- Certified copies of the official court records pertaining to all convictions outside the United States
- Payment to the Department of Homeland Security for $585 USD.
There are also additional documents that may be required depending on your particular circumstances. There are many additional documents that are necessary for a successful application. These include:
- A letter of circumstance written by you, detailing the circumstances of any criminal offences (if applicable), as well as why you want to enter the United States.
- Two letters of reference written by reputable persons known to you.
- A letter from your employer detailing your current employment status, OR a copy of your latest income tax assessment.
These are not exhaustive lists as to what may be submitted with a US Entry Waiver, and in fact some additional documents are required by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for certain offences. For example, a recent drug test will be required for anyone convicted of a narcotics or drug offence to confirm that they are not currently a user of illegal drugs.