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Where to submit my i-192 waiver application - Saint John?

append delete sjnb

So I'm in Saint John, NB and going for my first waiver. Filled everything out with help from the kind folks here on this website. Anyone know if I'm best head to the border or take a trip to Halifax? Halifax has a pre-clearance but not even sure if they process them waivers.

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append delete #1. Tim

I'd phone Halifax pre-clearance (902-873-7780) and ask if they have a wicket to process US Entry Waivers. They probably do it there, as they do it at most other pre-clearance locations.

append delete #2. traveldude

Halifax only does 2 per week I believe and are booked
quite far ahead ( 6 months!)...I think you can get done at border anytime...

append delete #3. Frank Jr.

Here you go:

https://www.cbp.gov/travel/international-visitors/admission-forms/form-i-192-form-i-212-and-form-i-824-designated-ports-entry

Halifax Robert L. Stanfield International Airport
1 Bell Boulevard (Level 2)
Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada B2T 1K2
(902) 873-7780 (as Tim mentioned above)

Calais Port of Entry
3 Customs Street
Calais, ME 04619
Phone: (207) 904-3001

Houlton Port of Entry
27 Customs Loop
Houlton, ME 04730
Phone: (207) 532-2131 x 0
Fax: (207) 532-4153

To be sure that you get the best selection of appointments, I would probably go with the Houlton, Maine port of entry since they would accommodate the most traffic as it is the start of Interstate 95. But you never know on the other 2, and they don't list their hours for waiver processing as they do for the ports in the Buffalo Field Office area.

append delete #4. SjMan

Hey SJNB, did you ever figure this out? I'm in SJ too and am wondering what my best move is.


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