You will receive a follow-up e-mail to your inquiry if you provide this information and your application has been on file with CBP for a minimum of 150-days.As mentioned on this blog previously, I-194 waiver processing times are massively delayed with some waiver applicants waiting 9-12 months or more.
It is updated infrequently but contains some of the most pressing and relevant answers around obtaining and utilizing a waiver of inadmissibility.
on rule number one, rule number two is something about not trying to enter the US with marijuana.
Rule number three is obviously about not attempting to enter the US with live shotgun shells in your vehicle.
Unless of course this gentleman from Nanaimo was actually attempting to get barred permanently from the US.
This all went down a few weeks ago at the Sumas border crossing in BC.
Read the rest of the story here: Nanaimo man charged with bribing U. official at border ARO (Admissibility Review Office) seems to have quietly updated the minimum number of days one has to wait before checking the status of an I-192 waiver application.Previously 120 days, multiple individuals have confirmed that ARO is now asking applicants to wait a 150 days before making an inquiry.User This email address is for questions regarding the status of applications on file with the U. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Admissibility Review Office (ARO).The ARO is responsible for the following applications: Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as Nonimmigrant, Form I-212, Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal, and Form I-824, Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition.Please note the ARO will respond to inquiries on the latter form only in those instances where the action is related to obtaining a duplicate approval notice for a Form I-192 or I-212.IMPORTANT NOTE: Every request for application status must contain the date the application was submitted to CBP.