Have you been denied entry to Canada due to a DUI inadmissibility? If so, you need a Temporary Resident Permit. Find out below how you can re-enter Canada with your inadmissibility.
Denied Entry Into Canada DUI
Have you been Denied Entry into Canada for a past criminal record such as DUI or DWI ? If so, you need to apply for Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Criminal Rehabilitation. Temporary Resident Permit helps you overcome your inadmissibility issue on temporary basis while Criminal Rehabilitation helps you overcome your situation on permanent basis if approved. Temporary Resident Permit can be applied at the Port of Entry and get same day decision at the border or apply at consulate and wait 8-12 months for processing. If you come from a non-visa exempt country such Pakistan or India you can only apply at the consulate. Criminal Rehabilitation can only be applied at consulate and take 8-12 months for processing and once approved you can travel with ease without being stopped at the border as long as you don't re-offend.
Having these applications approved is not easy and requires you to compile a strong case for higher chance of success. This is where Akrami & Associates comes in and will help you compile a strong case for higher chance of success at the border or consulate.
If you have past criminal record then contact Akrami & Associates today!!
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