If you have ever had a previous criminality, you may be considered inadmissible to Canada! Find out how you can permanently overcome this through an application for Criminal Rehabilitation!
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Do you have past criminal inadmissibility and have an urgent travel need to Canada? You can apply for Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) to overcome you inadmissibility for temporary basis for same day decision at the port of entry. If you like to overcome your inadmissibility for good you may eligible to apply for the permanent document known as Criminal Rehabilitation. Depending on the severity of your offense and how many offences you got on record you may be eligible to apply after 5 year period or 10 year period. Once your application for Criminal Rehabilitation is approved it means you are rehabilitated and can travel with ease to Canada, as long you do not reoffend. Processing times for Criminal Rehabilitation applications are approximately 8-12 months sometimes longer, depending on your situation.
When applying for Criminal Rehabilitation you need a strong application for approval, contact Akrami & Associates on how we can help you compile a strong application for approval.
With Akrami & Associates there is always a way!!
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