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Visiting Canada with a Criminal Record

Are you Travelling to Canada 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 applying for Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Criminal Rehabilitation depending …click for more...
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How to Apply for Criminal Rehabilitation

I am a Foreign Offender and I want to Enter Canada “I have completed my sentence for my offense. I am still afraid that Canada will not welcome me. What should I do now?” Having a criminal record and wants to overcome inadmissibility to Canada can be worrisome. Furthermore, the mandatory waiting period since the completion of your sentence can be confusing. If you are a foreign offender who…click for more...
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The Benefits of Criminal Rehabilitation

Obtaining a Criminal Rehabilitation Brings Many Benefits For any foreign national who has criminal inadmissibility issues, they may be desperately in need of a solution in order to enter Canada legally. There are many foreign nationals from all over the world who have criminal inadmissibility and thus cannot enter Canada. In these specific circumstances, a Criminal Rehabilitation application wo…click for more...
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Apply for Temporary Resident Permit

What is a Temporary Resident Permit? If you are visiting Canada and you have a prior conviction that is making you “inadmissible” in Canada, you are to get a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) that will grant you temporary access to Canada. A way that you can be deemed inadmissible to Canada is, if you have had been convicted of an offence or that you have an outstanding sentence or balance of…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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What is Criminal Rehabilitation?

There are two was to show Criminal Rehabilitation: Deemed Rehabilitation Canada can no longer bar you from entering because so much time has passed since the conviction this also depends on the crime that was committed depends on the amount of time that has passed since the end of your sentence depends if you have committed more than one crime in all situations the crime committed ou…click for more...
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How Long Before You Can Get Into Canada If Convicted For DUI?

A DUI under the Canadian criminal code is a serious offence. The local law where you were convicted may see the charge as a misdemeanour, but if the Canadian law sees it as a serious conviction, you will be considered inadmissible and may not be allowed to enter Canada. Despite the conviction, however, you may still be able to enter Canada if enough time has passed since the completion of yo…click for more...
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