Denied Entry to Canada for Criminality or Inadmissibility Video

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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.

Denied Entry to Canada for Criminality or Inadmissibility

A foreign national may be inadmissible for immigration to Canada on the grounds of criminality. These grounds include:

  • For convictions in Canada you have to show that you are convicted in Canada of an indictable offence punishable by a sentence of less than ten years, or you have been convicted in Canada of two more summary offences.

  • For convictions outside of Canada you have been convicted of an offence outside of Canada that if committed in Canada it would be equivalent to an indictable offence punishable by a sentence of less than yen years or if you are convicted outside of Canada of two or more acts that if committed inside of Canada would be equivalent to a summary offence.

  • If you have been convicted outside of Canada of two more acts that if committed in Canada it would be equivalent to a hybrid offence punishable by a sentence of less than ten years.

If you are criminally charged or previously charged with a criminal offence outside of Canada, you may be prohibited from working, studying or applying for permanent residence in Canada.

The following examples of convictions can make you inadmissible to Canada:

  • Driving under the influence

  • Driving with impairment

  • Theft

  • Petty theft

  • Shop lifting

  • Assault

  • Disorderly conduct

  • Obstruction of justice

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