Refused Based on Criminal Inadmissibility?
Should a critical employee be deemed inadmissible and denied entry/removed from Canada, our team at Bellissimo Law Group can help you. We have extensive experience with criminal cases. We are familiar with the legal processes that would allow your employee to overcome this inadmissibility.
A foreign national or permanent resident is deemed criminally inadmissible after being convicted under any Act of Parliament, with the most prevalent being the Criminal Code of Canada (CCC) and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
Immigration Offenses under the IRPA
Sections 117 to 150.1 of the Immigration Act deal with offences under the Act, which include people smuggling (s.117-121), possessing false documents in order to contravene the Act (s.122), and general offences (s. 124-131), including direct or indirect misrepresentations that potentially induce an error in the administration of the Act.
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