If an individual decides not to disclose information about their criminal past to an Immigration officer when entering Canada, the consequences can be quite severe. It is very important to be very straight forward with Immigration officers, especially with regards to any criminal record you may have. Watch our video below on the importance of disclosing the correct information to the Immigration officer especially with regards to any criminal past and how this may affect your future entry into Canada.
If you are a foreign national that has committed an offense inside or outside of Canada, this can often lead to criminal inadmissibility to Canada. There are many different offenses that can lead to criminal inadmissibility. Watch our video below on the common offenses that result in criminal inadmissibility to Canada.
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. Watch our video below on what constitutes misrepresentation, steps on how to fight a misrepresentation allegation, and how misrepresentation can affect you in the future.
In order to remove your criminal record from a public record, you must first apply for a Record Suspension, or also known as a Pardon. In March of 2012, the eligibility requirements had changed for the waiting period for a summary offense from three years to five years which evidently affected the lives of many with a criminal record. With the new Liberal government, they are considering more changes to improve the lives of individuals with criminal offenses. Watch our video below on the new rules to Pardons Canada and how this will affect individuals with criminal records.
If you are planning on travelling to Canada as a visitor and have been deemed inadmissible to Canada for a past criminal offence made in or outside of Canada, you must first overcome the criminal inadmissibility by taking certain steps. If wish to enter Canada with inadmissibility issues, then watch our video below to find out what information you need to know before coming to Canada with inadmissibility.
Have you been Denied Entry to Canada for criminality or inadmissibility issues? Watch our video on what grounds you can be considered inadmissible to Canada.
If you are travelling to the Port of Entry and need to obtain status in Canada for your travels, you can expect to be "greeted" by an immigration officer. Watch our video on officers at the Port of Entry and learn how you can prepare yourself to answer hard questions asked by the immigration officers due to your inadmissibility to Canada. Furthermore, find out how we can help you prepare a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application to have a successful entry at the port.
Are you travelling to Canada with an inadmissibility? Watch our video on officers at the border and find out how you can better prepare yourself to answer hard questions asked by the immigration officer, which Port of Entry to use and how we can help you prepare a successful Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application.
If you have an urgent travel need, an Entry Letter might be the way to help you overcome any issues you may face at the border. Watch our video on how we can help you draft a entry letter for submission and what type of questions you can expect at the border.
The events of 9/11 impacted the globe and had significant effects on how the USA and Canada enforce immigration. Watch our video to find out how the aftermath of 9/11 changed the face of immigration forever and how we can help you file a successful Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application for entry into Canada.
If you have been Denied Entry into Canada due to criminal inadmissibility most likely you would need a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) to enter into Canada. When submitting your application on the spot at the Port of Entry, you will be face to face with an immigration officer to plead your case. Watch our video to learn what to expect and how you can answer difficult questions to have successful entry into Canada.
Having a previous offense on record, like a DUI, can have a serious impact on your ability to travel to Canada. Watch our video and find out how you can overcome an inadmissibility issue and what type off application you need to fill out to be allowed entry into Canada.
Wondering whether or not you are considered inadmissible to Canada? Watch our video and find out why you might be considered inadmissible to Canada and how you could overcome your inadmissibility.
Are you looking into travelling to Canada for business or leisure purposes but have an inadmissibility? If you are inadmissible to Canada, you will need to obtain proper authorization to enter Canada. Learn about why you might be considered inadmissible to Canada and what you can do next to be allowed entry into Canada.
Have you been convicted of a felony and need to enter Canada for business or leisure purposes? If you have questions on how you can overcome your inadmissibility to Canada watch our video to know what you will have to do next to be allowed entry into Canada.
Have you been denied entry into Canada due to a criminal or health inadmissibility and need assistance with entering Canada? Watch our video on how you can overcome your inadmissibility to Canada and whats steps you need to take to have successful entry at the border.
If you face a previous criminality, you may be considered inadmissible to Canada! One way you can overcome this is by obtaining a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or being successfully considered Criminally Rehabilitated. Watch our video on what documents you need to obtain to have a successful application for entry into Canada.
Canada is making changes every day to better protect and serve citizens and permanent residents. Watch our video and find out how Canada is protecting you from foreign individuals who have criminal convictions on their record.
If you have an inadmissibility you could be Denied Entry to Canada. Watch our video to learn about the options available to you and what steps you can take to have a successful entry at the Canadian border.
This video is about understanding what your options are if you have been refused entry to Canada. If you were Denied Entry to Canada or have an inadmissibility issue please watch this video to see what steps you will need to take to overcome your inadmissibility!