Yes, that temporary waiver application has to be submitted (by Canadian citizens or landed immigrants to Canada)_ to the CBP inspector at the POE.
The fee is $585 and the processing time can be quite lengthy, up to a year or more. Best to consult with a competent immigration lawyer to see if you'll even need such a waiver, which is usually for some rather severe inadmissibility grounds, such as rape, theft, aggravated battery, prostitution.....and fraud.
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Yes but do hire an immigration attorney. You do not want to handle U visa waiver issues on your own.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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