Canada Criminal Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation helps overcome inadmissibility. For instance, many individuals have been deemed inadmissible to Canada because of their criminal record such as DUI, misdemeanor, felony, theft charge that can date back all the way 30 years ago. In order to qualify for rehabilitation, your crime that was committed outside of Canada has to be equivalent to an indictable offence found in the Canadian Criminal Code. The crime that was committed outside of Canada must also have less than 10 years of punishment and five years must have passed since the punishment was enforced. This could be since you complete your sentence or ended your probation. Many individuals travel to Canada thinking that since their offense occurred a while back ago they don’t need to apply for TRP or Criminal Rehabilitation. A lot of applicants have been turned back around by immigration officers even though their offense occurred a while back ago. The officer just wants you to take care of the inadmissibility on the Canadian side as well. So it is best to go in prepared prior to attempting to crossing the border with an inadmissibility issue.
If you have any questions concerning rehabilitation, contact Akrami and Associates and we would be happy to help.
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