Denied Entry to Canada

Temporary Resident Permit versus Criminal Rehabilitation

Do I need Temporary Resident Permit or Criminal Rehabilitation You are deemed inadmissible if you have a past offence in your record and this may become a hurdle in trying to enter Canada. There are many things you can do to become admissible and two of them are Temporary Resident Permit and a Criminal Rehabilitation application. People have a hard time choosing the best option for their situat…click for more...
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Deemed Rehabilitated

When am I Deemed Rehabilitated Do you have past criminal record and like to travel to Canada for leisure or business purposes? Not sure if you are considered Deemed Rehabilitated or if you should apply for Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Criminal Rehabilitation? Continue reading below to find out reasons you can be Denied Entry to Canada, what steps to take overcome your inadmissibility issu…click for more...
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How to Apply for Criminal Rehabilitation

Denied Entry to Canada for past Criminal Record? Denied entry to Canada based on an offence committed in your past? Tired of applying for Temporary Resident Permits (TRP) over and over again? Fret not! You can apply to for a Criminal Rehabilitation once and for all and never have to worry about another temporary permit to Canada again. Here are the essentials of applying for Criminal Rehabilita…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit and Criminal Rehabilitation

Applying for Temporary Resident Permit and Criminal Rehabilitation Do you have a stubborn criminal record that will just not go away? Are you frustrated to travel just because you always get stopped and checked/asked a bunch of questions based on your past criminal activity? You do not have to worry about any of these situations if you do one thing, get a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Crim…click for more...
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I have a criminal record can I apply for Permanent Residence or Canadian Citizenship

What does Permanent Residence Mean? If you have been granted Permanent Residence (PR) it means you can permanently live in Canada. As PR card holders you have more rights than refugees and temporary visitors but not same rights as Canadian citizens. As a PR card holder you can enter and exit Canada as long as you want but if you fail to comply with the conditions set then you can potentially ha…click for more...
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Temporary Visitor to Canada with Criminal Record

Temporary Visitor to Canada with Criminal Record Are you Temporary Visitor to Canada and got convicted with a Criminal Record? As someone who has gone through the process of being a Temporary Visitor to Canada, you know that it is very difficult to apply and gather all documents required to be allowed entry into Canada. Travelers with criminal history have to go through an extra step by appl…click for more...
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Denied Entry to Canada for Criminal inadmissibility

Travelling to Canada with Criminal Record Have you been convicted of a crime, or have committed a crime? If so, this may cause issues when you try to enter Canada. You may be found to be criminally inadmissible and be denied entry. If you currently face criminal inadmissibility issues, or you think you may face criminal inadmissibility in the future when you attempt to enter Canada, please read…click for more...
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Can I come to Canada with a Past Criminal Record?

What to do when Inadmissible to Canada? Have you been stopped constantly for a crime you committed over 5-10 years ago such as DUI, DWI, Assault, Felony, Misdemeanor or whatever the reason may be? Do the officers always detain or stop you for questioning every time you try to enter Canada? The staff at Akrami and Associates can help you with your situation and make sure that you do not get stop…click for more...
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Denied Entry to Canada for Inadmissibility on Record

Reasons you can be Denied Entry to Canada When you wait over an hour at the border crossing, the last thing you want to do is listen to an officer telling you that you are a criminal and that you are denied entry into the country because of your past conviction(s). As shocked and as angry you may be, there is nothing you can do other than to get a TRP, be deemed rehabilitated by meeting the leg…click for more...
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Denied Entry to Canada for Criminal Inadmissibility

Temporary Resident Permit for Criminal Inadmissibility Did you travel to Canada and found yourself banned from entering Canada due to an inadmissibility issue or failure to meet Canadian immigration requirements? For persons that are criminally inadmissible to Canada they may be eligible to apply for a document called Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) either at the Port of Entry or Consulate lev…click for more...
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Why do I need Temporary Resident Permit

Purpose of Temporary Resident Permit Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), was first known as the “Minister’s Permit” which was introduced back in 1910 in the Immigration Act, this new act replaced the previous rights that were given to the Minister to issue removal order (i.e. a deportation, exclusion or departure order). Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) allows immigration office…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit versus Criminal Rehabilitation

Inadmissible to Canada? Have you been deemed inadmissible to Canada? Researching how to come to Canada despite your inadmissibility? There are two relevant applications when it comes to inadmissibility. The first is what is known as the Temporary Resident Permit (TRP). The second document is called Criminal Rehabilitation. Though similar in the matters that they deal with, there are set differe…click for more...
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I Have a Criminal Record in the Past Do I need to apply for Criminal Rehabilitation

Denied Entry to Canada for your Criminal Record? Are you tired of going through tedious long processes when you have to visit Canada to meet your family or simply for leisure or work because of a crime you committed a long time ago? You can solve this issue by applying for the Criminal Rehabilitation that is offered by the Canadian Government in order to determine if you are deemed rehabilitated.…click for more...
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I have a Criminal Record can I travel to Canada

Denied Entry to Canada for a Criminal Record? When you got a call from your cousin to attend her wedding, you were really excited. You packed right away, excited to see Canada and your family. But then, you found out you would not be allowed to cross the border due to your previous criminal convictions. What can you do? Criminal Rehabilitation is one way to deal with your Criminal Inadmissibility…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit versus Criminal Rehabilitation

Travelling to Canada with an Inadmissibility issue Have you planned a trip with your family and been turned back around at the Canadian port of entry due to your past criminal record? You can be denied entry to Canada for many reasons ranging from minor to major offences such as DUI, misdemeanour, felony, health reasons, theft charge etc. It can be very frustrating being turned back and not kno…click for more...
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Reason for Being Denied Entry to Canada

Denied Entry into Canada Being denied entry into Canada is tough and embarrassing for many. Millions of people come to Canada every year whether it is for temporary or permanent residence. However, not always will you be allowed entry into Canadian soil. Below will be discussed why you can be denied entry into Canada and what you need to do to have a successful entry into Canada with an inadmis…click for more...
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How to apply for Criminal Rehabilitation

Criminal Inadmissibility to Canada: Are you a temporary resident looking to apply for permanent residency but have a criminal background? If have a criminal back ground you may be considered inadmissible meaning you are not allowed to become a permanent resident. You are considered criminally inadmissible if you were convicted of an offence in Canada; if you were committed of an offence outsid…click for more...
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Criminal Rehabilitation

The Requirements for Criminal Rehabilitation There are certain requirements that must be fulfilled to obtain criminal rehabilitation. These include: The criminal offence you committed must fall under the Criminal Code of Canada or the federal statute The amount of time required based on your offence must have been passed Completing criminal rehabilitation will ensure that you won’t b…click for more...
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How to pursue the Criminal Rehabilitation Application

Criminal Rehabilitation Application Criminal Rehabilitation can make sure that you will no longer be criminally inadmissible for a particular crime you have committed. Additionally, you can be deemed rehabilitated if enough time has been passed since your sentencing. You can be eligible to pursue criminal rehabilitation if you obligate with the three following criteria: You must have commi…click for more...
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Additional Offences and More Serious Offences

What is Criminal Rehabilitation? Criminal rehabilitation allows you to no longer be criminally inadmissible to Canada. There may be additional steps that must be followed if faced with this problem of being convicted with additional offences or more serious offences. You may need to attend an interview and a more detailed assessment of you will be required if you committed one of these offences…click for more...
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Enter Canada With Criminal Record

A major ground of inadmissibility to Canada is a criminal record. However there are still options available. We can help you obtain a Record Suspension or Rehabilitation if you meet the criteria. 1. Record Suspension A record suspension allows an individual’s criminal record to be kept aside. It removes the person’s criminal record from the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database.…click for more...
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Criminality

What does it mean to be criminally inadmissible: A person who wishes to enter Canada, either permanently or temporarily as visitors, foreign workers or international students, may be rejected entrance to Canada if they or their dependents are deemed criminally inadmissible. An individual might be defined as inadmissible on the grounds of either Criminality Serious criminality Criminal…click for more...
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How to Qualify for Individual Rehabilitation

What is a TRP? TRP is short for Temporary Resident Permit In order to overcome inadmissibility, you have the option of applying for a Temporary Resident Permit. This permit allows you to enter or stay in Canada if it has been less than 5 years since the end of your sentence or if you have valid reasons to be in Canada (in this situation you may begranted a TPR; however, an immigration offic…click for more...
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Criminality Rehabilitation

Individuals that are prohibited to enter Canada on the grounds of Criminality may still be allowed to enter Canada if they qualify for Deemed Rehabilitation. For a person to qualify for Deemed Rehabilitation they must have the one of the following: If they have been convicted outside of Canada for an offence that would be equal to an indictable offence punishable by a sentence of less than te…click for more...
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Can I Enter Canada If I Have a Criminal Record?

Under Canada’s Immigration law, if you have committed or been convicted of a crime then you are criminally inadmissible. Normally if you are criminally inadmissible you cannot stay or live in Canada. This also includes both minor and serious crimes, such as: Theft; Assault; Manslaughter; Dangerous driving; Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and Possession o…click for more...
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