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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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Denied Entry to Canada Due to Misrepresentation

  Misrepresentation and Denied Entry to Canada  Perhaps one of the worst offences you can commit in the eyes of Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is misrepresentation. Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) treats misrepresentation very seriously, and if you are charged with misrepresentation it could result in your application being refused, your status …click for more...
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What Misrepresentation Means

What is Misrepresentation Misrepresentation is becoming a very significant problem when applicants try to enter Canada. There are many different circumstances that can entail misrepresentation, whether intentional or unintentional. If an applicant that is trying to enter Canada finds themselves inadmissible due to an account of misrepresentation, then the consequences are truly detrimental. The…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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