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There are many reason immigration officers can deny you entry at the border ranging from criminal offences, possible health risk to Canadian citizens or not having a valid reason of what your purpose of visit is to Canada. If you have been deemed inadmissible to Canada and are simply unaware of why you are considered inadmissible then watch our Canadian immigration videos and find out why Canada can deny you entry.

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Top 5 Dos When Crossing Border with Inadmissibility Video

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When anyone crosses the Canadian border, they are filled with anxiousness and possibly a little fear as to the questions the Immigration officer will ask. This is especially the case for individuals who have criminal inadmissibility, or in other words, have a criminal record. It is best to be well prepared and ready at the border when attempting to cross with criminal inadmissibility. Watch our video below on the top 5 dos when crossing the border with criminal inadmissibility.

Top 5 Dos When Crossing Border with Inadmissibility Video

Overall, it is very important for foreign nationals to know what to expect when entering Canada, specifically through a Canadian border. Immigration officers at the border are very vigilant and observant with regards to who enters Canada. Therefore, in order to better prepare yourself before entering Canada, please watch the following top 5 dos when crossing the border with criminal inadmissibility in its entirety to better prepare yourself.

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Top 5 Don’ts When Crossing Border with Inadmissibility Video

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Any foreign national will experience some anxiety or fear when crossing the Canadian border, especially when the Immigration officer asks questions regarding your criminal inadmissibility. As a criminally inadmissible foreign national, you should be well-prepared and anticipate all questions that the Immigration officer may have for you. Watch our video below on the top 5 don'ts when crossing the border with criminal inadmissibility.

Top 5 Don’ts When Crossing Border with Inadmissibility Video

It is very important and essential for foreign nationals to know exactly what to expect when entering Canada, specifically through a Canadian border. It is also very important for foreign nationals to know what not to do at the Canadian border. Immigration officers at the border are very observant with who enters Canada, especially with inadmissibility. Therefore, in order for foreign nationals with inadmissibility to better prepare themselves before entering Canada, please watch the following top 5 don’ts when crossing the border with criminal inadmissibility in its entirety to become more familiar.

If you would like to enter Canada through a port of entry but are unsure what documents to include with your application or how to get started then please don’t hesitate to contact us at 416-477-2545. Our immigration experts will be glad to assist you with your immigration matter.

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For more information on Criminal Inadmissibility and many other immigration matters, check out our site:

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https://deniedentryintocanada.com/

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Omitting Information about your Criminal Past Video

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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.

What Misrepresentation Means Video

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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.

New Rules for Pardons in Canada Video

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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.

Information about Inadmissibility Video

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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.

Officers at the Port of Entry Video

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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.

What to Expect at the Canadian Port of Entry Video

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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.

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