October 4, 2013
Criminal Inadmissibility Issues?
Criminal inadmissibility can stand in the way of many foreign nationals looking to immigrate to Canada. Both minor and serious crimes may impede your entry into the country. However, it is a good idea to look into it to discover whether or not immigration officials might refuse your application on grounds of criminal inadmissibility.
If you have committed a crime and are worried about your admissibility into Canada, there are a few things to take into consideration:
- Your age – if you were under 18 at the time of committing a crime, you may still be eligible to enter Canada;
- Applying for deemed or individual rehabilitation;
- Applying for a record suspension (formerly known as a pardon)
- Applying for a Temporary Resident Visa (depending on the severity of the crime and the reasons necessitating the visit).
Dealing strictly with immigration law, the team at Bellissimo Law Group handles these types of cases on a daily basis and has helped many people understand and overcome issues with criminal inadmissibility.
Call us today for help with your criminal inadmissibility case.