Border Crossing is a private document processing center and it is not affiliated with any government body. We offer paid assistance with travel card services offered by the government. You can obtain travel cards by using us or going to the government directly. Our expertise is to explain the government jargon and simplify your traveler card application process. You are welcome to learn more about Border Crossing by visiting our Home, Privacy Policy and Terms of Use pages.

Border Crossing Cards Denials

stampBorder crossing card applicants can be denied for several reasons, which include providing false or incomplete information on their application forms, or having any criminal records or violation of immigration or customs laws. CBP will contact various government agencies that are responsible for law enforcement, immigration and anti-terrorist activities to check your status. If you have any violations, these agencies will immediately notify the US Customs and Immigration.

We have processed many applicants with past criminal records and violations who got approved for the program. It is up to you to decide if you want to take the risk of a refusal. Should you decide to use our services, you can be sure that your application will be submitted correctly according to CBP requirements. However, we cannot guarantee your approval. If your application is denied, the US Custom and Border Protection agency will inform you for the reason in a letter. In case you disagree with the statement and you have some other additional information to support you case, you can contact the nearest Enrollment Center and schedule an appointment with a CBP official to further discuss your case. You can also plead your case in front of the CBP ombudsman at:

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