Information to Know Before Coming to Canada with Inadmissibility
Before attempting to cross the border or enter Canada, there are some essential aspects of the process that you must be aware of. If you have a criminal admissibility from a past criminal offence, you will need to apply for either a Temporary Resident Permit or a Criminal Rehabilitation. Keep in mind, even if you have had a criminal offence from 40 years ago, most immigration officers will refuse your entry due to inadmissibility. There are many people who are unaware of this or forget about their past convictions and/or offences and consequently become disappointed when they are not permitted entry into Canada. Therefore, before you attempt to enter Canada, it is important to ask a Canadian immigration professional certain questions to see what is required from you with regards to your particular circumstance. Additionally, it is also important to be very upfront with your previous offences and provide sufficient documentation to prove that your life has changed since then.
For more information, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to discuss your options available to enter Canada as well as what you will need in order to be successful in your application.
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