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posted 6 months ago
USA Travel Redress Inquiry
I was mistakenly listed in a homeland security department database, and I am now unable to travel to the USA. I submitted an appeal request and filled out Form DHS 590, called the Travel Redress Inquiry Program, to clarify this mistake and the similarity of my name to another individual. I am requesting that my case be reviewed again so that I may be removed from any improper lists and restore my ability to travel to the United States. A "Travel Redress Inquiry" typically refers to a process where individuals who believe they have faced travel-related issues or difficulties, such as being wrongly placed on a "no-fly list" or experiencing travel delays due to security concerns, can seek resolution or clarification Do I require legal representation, or will my Canada visa status be influenced by this situation?
  • United States
  • Immigration Law

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