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How to Create a Strong Temporary Resident Permit Application

Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit If you have inadmissibility, you may be aware of the fact that you can be denied entry to Canada. In order to overcome that inadmissibility, you must apply for a temporary resident permit before coming to Canada. However, applying for a temporary resident permit can be an overwhelming task. You, as an applicant, will need to persuade an immigration offi…click for more...
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Questions about Canadian Criminality

Common Misconceptions about Criminality There are many foreign nationals around the world that find themselves as criminally inadmissible to Canada. If this is the case for you, you are highly recommended to research and understand what you can do to overcome your criminal inadmissibility. It is indeed a very unpleasant outcome if you are denied or refused entry into Canada. As such, the best o…click for more...
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Applying for Canadian Citizenship with a Criminal Record

Can I Become a Canadian Citizen with a Criminal Record If you were convicted of a crime from another country but would like to apply for Canadian citizenship, you may run into some complications. In order to the protect all Canadian citizens and permanent residents  from any potential risks, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) takes criminal convictions very seriously. If you …click for more...
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Tips for Applying for Criminal Rehabilitation

Applying for Criminal Rehabilitation Have you been involved in criminal activity in the past that is now preventing you from entering Canada? Have you tried entering Canada and then were denied entry? The best solution for you would be applying for a Criminal Rehabilitation application in order to gain entry into Canada. In this article, I will be addressing some tips and advice with regards to a…click for more...
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Criminality and Inadmissibility

A foreign national may be inadmissible for immigration to Canada on the grounds of criminality and those grounds are following: For convictions within Canada, if you have: If you been convicted in Canada of an indictable offence punishable by a sentence less than ten years; or You have been convicted in Canada of two or more summary offences; For convictions outside Canada, if …click for more...
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