Inadmissible to Canada
There are two types of Inadmissibility:
Individuals can be found to be inadmissible on the following grounds:
Organized Crime (or ties to it)
Committed human or international rights violations
Individuals who are found to be Inadmissible to Canada on Medical (health), Criminal or Misrepresentation reasons can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) to overcome their inadmissibility and be allowed entry into Canada on a temporary basis with an eTA, TRV, Work Permit or Study Permit.
Other options to overcome Criminal Inadmissibility if you have a criminal record are Criminal Rehabilitation, Record Suspension or being Deemed Rehabilitated which will overcome the inadmissibility entirely allowing entry in Canada without a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP).
Matkowsky Immigration Law can help you with your Inadmissibility issue. Contact us to learn how we can help.
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