Entry to Canada is regulated under the laws that govern immigration and travel to Canada. Under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act, persons who do not meet the requirements are refused permanent resident or temporary resident visas, and denied entry to Canada at a port of entry.
Entry to Canada from US
Entry to Canada from the US also falls under these restrictions. Under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act, entry to Canada from the US is prohibited to those individuals who are deemed inadmissible for various reasons.
Entry to Canada with DUI
Entry to Canada requirements restrict anyone with even a minor conviction on their criminal record. Entry to Canada with a DUI (driving under the influence; also called a DWI, driving while impaired) falls under this category. Because DUIs are the most frequent offense, information regarding entry to Canada with a DUI is usually the most sought after. In order to be permitted entry to Canada with a DUI, you will either need to show that you have been rehabilitated, or apply for a Canadian Waiver.
Getting a Canadian Waiver to travel to Canada with a criminal record is a lengthy process that must begin well in advance of travelling. We can help you.
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