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Can I Enter Canada with a Criminal Record

How do I enter Canada with Criminal Record Often times, individuals want to enter Canada for business or leisure reasons. However, countless people are not aware of their own criminal charge or conviction, and therefore, they are denied entry to Canada.  Even minor offenses can lead to what Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada calls criminal inadmissibility. Do not give up your hopes …click for more...
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Benefits of a Temporary Resident Permit

What are the Benefits of a Temporary Resident Permit For a foreign national who has inadmissibility issues, they may be desperate and in need of a solution in order to enter Canada. Many foreign nationals from around the world have inadmissibility issues but also have a need to enter Canada, for business reasons for example. In these certain circumstances, a Temporary Resident Permit would be …click for more...
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Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit to Overcome Your Inadmissibility

Temporary Resident Permit Did you know that if you’ve been denied entry into Canada under the Immigration and Refugees Protection Act (IRPA) you could apply for a Temporary Resident Permit? Unfortunately many people who intend to come to Canada, whether it is on the basis of work related or studying purposes, still have the possibility to be denied entry even upon the border. There are many i…click for more...
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Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit at a Port of Entry

How to Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit at a Port of Entry It is the case for many individuals that they realize they are criminally inadmissible to Canada, only a short time before they had intended to try to travel to Canada. This is an incredibly nerve wracking thing to become aware of, because it almost certainly means you will have an issue fulfilling your travel plans, as you will no…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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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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American Denied Entry to Canada

A foreign national can be denied entry to Canada based on 8 grounds of inadmissibility: Security Risk: A foreign national may be found inadmissible on security grounds for several reasons Espionage or subversion against a democratic government Subversion by force of any government Terrorism Being a danger to the security of Canada Violence that would or might endanger the lives o…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit Canada Checklist

If you are denied entry to Canada for grounds such as past criminal convictions or for not meeting Canada’s health standards, you may apply for a temporary resident permit (TRP) if you have an important reason to come to Canada. While completing the application, you may notice that there are some required documents you must gather and submit. One of these documents is a document checklist,…click for more...
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