I was Denied Entry into Canada
Have you been turned away at the Canadian Port of Entry due to a criminal inadmissibility that you had in the past and need to urgently travel for work? Individuals that have a criminal history may be Denied Entry into Canada depending on severity of the offence, how long ago it was, what was completed for the sentence imposed and purpose of visit to Canada. So if you had DUI 30 years ago you still be may Denied Entry into Canada depending on your situation. Most officers at the border are very strict and would ask you to apply either for Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Criminal Rehabilitation to overcome your inadmissibility issue. If you have urgent travel date you can apply for the TRP at the Canadian Port of Entry and get same day decision. The TRP only allows the individual for temporary entry into Canada and has to exit when the visa expires. If five years have passed since completion of your sentence then you may be eligible to apply for Criminal Rehabilitation to overcome your situation permanently. Criminal Rehabilitation is a permanent document in which you can travel with ease to Canada once approved. Criminal Rehabilitation is only filed at the consulate level and have to wait approximately 6-12 months to get a decision on your application.
If you are facing a situation in which you may be possibly considered inadmissible to Canada then contact Akrami & Associates today. Our immigration experts will assess your situation and determine best options for entry into Canada.
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