If you are convicted of an offence you may be inadmissible to Canada. If you have been turned back at the border or are unsure whether you are inadmissible, it is important to consult with a Canadian immigration attorney who can compare the law under which you were convicted with the equivalent law in Canada to see whether the conviction is one that makes you inadmissible. We can also determine whether your offence is one that is considered major or minor criminality.
If you are inadmissible, there are three ways to overcome your inadmissibility and get permission to travel to Canada again.
Canadian Inadmissibility is a complex area of law requiring a skilled Canadian Immigration Attorney and in-depth knowledge of Canadian Immigration and Criminal Law. At Richards and Jurusik, we have extensive experience helping people overcome inadmissibility to Canada. Contact us today to speak with a Canadian Immigration Attorney (716) 970-4007