Canadian Immigration Blogs

Read blogs about Canada, Immigration Canada, and how to come to Canada.

Getting Into Canada with a Misdemeanor

Getting Into Canada with a Misdemeanor

The first thing that needs to be discussed is what a misdemeanor is. In Canada, a misdemeanor would be considered a summary offence. Summary offences are considered minor crimes with light jail sentencing or fines imposed on the convicted. Some misdemeanors may include

  • criminal mischief
  • shoplifting under a certain amount

If you have a misdemeanor conviction on your record, you may be permitted to enter Canada. In 2012, Canada implemented a policy in accordance with their Tourism Facilitation Action Plan. This new policy now allows United States citizens, with a misdemeanor on their record, to enter Canada. It is important to mention that, while impaired driving is a serious offence in Canada, this policy applies to those with an impaired driving conviction.

Continue reading
3
  2271 Hits

Copyright

© Akrami & Associates Immigration Law Firm

2271 Hits

How to Apply for Temporary Resident Permit Canada

If you are inadmissible to Canada on grounds such as,

  • Criminality
  • Health
  • Non-compliance

then you may wish to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit. A Temporary Resident Permit will allow you to overcome your inadmissibility in order for you to enter Canada for justified reasons.

Continue reading
3
  2418 Hits
2418 Hits

Reasons to be Denied Entry to Canada

Reasons to be Denied Entry to Canada

There are many reasons a refusal of entry to Canada would be made. Some of these grounds include past criminal offences, health risks to Canadian citizens or permanent residents, lack of financial resources or inconsistent documentation presented at the boarder.

There are many ways to bypass inadmissibility at the border:

Continue reading
14
  3508 Hits

Copyright

© Akrami & Associates Immigration Law Firm

3508 Hits
Book a Consultation with Akrami & Assocaites

Book a Consultation Session!

One of our Representative will assist you with your matter. Book Now!

Call Akrami & Assocaites

Call or Email us for more Information!

+1-416-477-2545 | Toll Free: 1-877-820-7121 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Write to Akrami & Assocaites

Write Us (Online Form)

Leave us your information and one of our Representative will contact you. Click here