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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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Being Dishonest about Your Criminality

Omitting Information about your Criminality If you decide to lie or not to disclose information about your criminality to an Immigration officer when entering Canada, you may face severe consequences. When you are dealing with immigration officers, you need to be honest and straight-forward, especially with regards to any criminal record you may have. Do not ever feel you can get away from bein…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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Criminal Rehabilitation Application Tips

  Coming to Canada with Criminal Record If you are a foreign traveler with criminal record, you will need to be aware of the fact that you may be denied entry. Having a criminal record and wants to overcome inadmissibility to Canada can be worrisome. Furthermore, in order to make sure individuals with criminal record are no longer a risk to Canadian citizens and permanent residents, the Cana…click for more...
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Coming to Canada with a Dismissed DUI Charge

What is Driving under the Influence Driving under the influence (DUI) refers to the criminal offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. There are also other terminologies that are the equivalent of DUI, such as driving while impaired/driving while intoxicated (DWI), operating while intoxicated (OWI), operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or …click for more...
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Comparing Temporary Resident Permit and Criminal Rehabilitation  

Criminal Inadmissibility The Canadian immigration officers are often vigilant when it comes to accessing a foreign national’s admissibility. They tend to scrutinize every foreign national to ensure security of every Canadian citizen and permanent resident. That being said, if you, as a foreign national, have a criminal record, you can be denied entry to Canada. If you are traveling to Canada…click for more...
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Crimes that Can Deny You Entry into Canada

Entering Canada with Criminal Record As you may know, a lot of foreign travelers, including U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, with criminal inadmissibility are turned away at the border by the Canadian border officers. Criminal inadmissibility results from a wide range of criminal offenses which can ultimately hider you from entering Canada. The laws between the United States and Cana…click for more...
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Entering Canada with a DUI

Coming to Canada with a DUI As you may know, you can potentially be denied entry at the Canadian port of entry with criminal record. In Canada, drunk driving is a serious offence.  If you have a past offense of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI), Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated…click for more...
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Applying for Express Entry with Criminal Record

Immigrating to Canada with Express Entry The Express Entry immigration system allows a foreign national that come from a variety of different fields, educational backgrounds, and work experience to obtain permanent residency in Canada under specific federal economic immigration programs. Permanent Resident Status will then be your stepping-stone to the last stop of your Canadian Immigration j…click for more...
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Entering Canada with 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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Reasons for Inadmissibility and overcoming it

What is “Inadmissibility” In order to protect the overall security and safety of Canadian citizens and permanent residents, Canadian border officers are vigilant when it comes to admitting foreign travelers to Canada. A lot of times, individuals may be denied entry to Canada, due to various reasons. You fail to enter Canada, because you have “inadmissibility”. Inadmissibility occurs bec…click for more...
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Using Criminal Rehabilitation to Sponsor a Spouse with Criminal Record

Having a Spouse with Criminal Record In order to ensure the security of every Canadian citizen and permanent resident, the immigration officers are vigilant, when it comes to accessing foreign nationals’ admissibility. If you have a spouse who has a criminal record, he or she may be denied entry to Canada. Furthermore, this inadmissibility will prevent you from successfully sponsoring your…click for more...
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Applying for Criminal Rehabilitation

Are you Criminally Inadmissible to Canada If you have a previous criminal conviction, you’re likely inadmissible to Canada. In order to enter Canada when you are having a criminal record, it is important to deal with your inadmissibility before attempting to cross the border. This can be done various ways; a temporary resident permit, or an application for criminal rehabilitation. A tempora…click for more...
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Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit

Who needs a Temporary Resident Permit Everybody makes mistakes. There might be times when people commit wrongdoings. You were having a bad day. You wanted to have a couple of drinks and talk with your friends at a bar. When you were driving yourself home, a police officer stopped you. Unfortunately, you committed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) .Your criminal record is no longer blank. Howeve…click for more...
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Travelling to Canada with a DUI on Record

Entering Canada with a DUI Unfortunately, North America seems to be going through a time where not everyone is on the same page about drinking and driving. For a long time, not long ago, the consensus was that there is nothing wrong with drinking and driving. Nowadays though, there is a much different notion surrounding the idea. Drinking and driving has caused a lot of problems, for, individuals…click for more...
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Enter Canada with Criminal Inadmissibility

Entering Canada with a Felony on My Record If you have been convicted of a felony in the United States, or have been convicted of a serious offense in another part of the world, you are probably aware this results in various restrictions on what you, as an individual can and cannot do. In terms of travelling to Canada, you may be aware that you are inadmissible to Canada on grounds of criminali…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permits at the Port of Entry

Are You Inadmissible to Canada? If you are criminally inadmissible or are inadmissible for some other reason, you will likely be denied entry into Canada at the Canadian border. To avoid facing these issues you could apply for a temporary resident permit (TRP) or, even apply for Criminal Rehabilitation. Both of these applications take time, though, you may be able to overcome inadmissibility in p…click for more...
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Determining Eligibility for Criminal Rehabilitation

Do You Qualify For Criminal Rehabilitation? Are you inadmissible to Canada because you have a criminal offense on record from your past? Do you wish to permanently overcome your status as inadmissible? Has at least 5 years passed since the day you officially completed all the conditions of your imposed sentence? If this is the case for you, there may be a solution! You may be eligible to apply …click for more...
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How Does a Record Suspension Affect Inadmissibility

  Record Suspensions Most likely, you are aware that is you have a criminal history in any country, for a crime which you would also have a criminal history in Canada, you are inadmissible to enter Canada. Though, there are ways you can overcome your status as inadmissible, and travel to Canada for a brief period of time. Often, individuals will apply for a temporary resident permit, or, …click for more...
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You Could be Inadmissible to Canada

Reasons You Could Be Inadmissible to Canada There are various reasons you could be inadmissible to Canada. While it may seem unlikely, it is even the case sometimes that individuals find that they are inadmissible to Canada, and they had no idea until they tried to enter at the Canadian border. Recognizing that this is the case for many individuals, we have set out to try to explain all the var…click for more...
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Questions and Answers for Criminal Rehabilitation

Criminal Rehabilitation Q and A's I will be addressing popular questions and answers that many criminally inadmissible individuals have with regards to criminal rehabilitation. Essentially, this article is meant for you to further understand what a criminal rehabilitation entails. A criminal rehabilitation was created for criminally inadmissible foreign nationals who wish to come to Canada but fi…click for more...
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Q&As for Criminality in Canada

Popular Q&As for Criminality in Canada There are many foreign nationals around the world that find themselves as criminally inadmissible to Canada and have criminality in their home country or country of residence. If you find yourself in this position, it is best to research and understand what you can do to overcome your criminal inadmissibility. In this article, specifically, I will discus…click for more...
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The Best Solution for Criminal Inadmissibility – Criminal Rehabilitation

Why a Criminal Rehabilitation is the Best Solution for Criminal Inadmissibility If you have a criminal record outside of Canada, have attempted to cross the Canadian border or enter Canada through one of its port of entries and found out that you were criminally inadmissible, you most likely will want to resolve that criminal inadmissibility issue. After determining that you’re criminally inadm…click for more...
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Refused Entry at the Canadian Port of Entry

Major Reason why you can be Refused Entry at the Canadian Port of Entry If you are an American citizen, or even a foreign national from a different country, there can be several different reasons why you may be refused entry at the Canadian port of entry. In almost all cases, the reason for refusal resolves around inadmissibility. Inadmissibility can either be criminal, medical, financial, for se…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit Compared to Criminal Rehabilitation

Comparing Temporary Resident Permit to Criminal Rehabilitation Many foreign nationals all over the world have inadmissibility issues when attempting to enter Canada. The more common inadmissibility is due to criminality. When trying to overcome criminal inadmissibility, it can become overwhelming and nerve-racking. However, thankfully, there are two significant solutions for these situations. A f…click for more...
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