Category Archives: denied entry to Canada

Chris Brown Denied Entry to Canada

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi, this is Michael Niren immigration lawyer, and founder of Visaplace.com. The latest news in entertainment is that Chris Brown, the R&B rapper, 25 years old, was denied entry to Canada. He was coming to Canada to perform in Montreal, and in Toronto and was recently denied entry, […]

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Rapper M1 Denied Entry to Canada

As recently reported by CBC News, Famous rapper Mutulu Olugbala (AKA M1), who makes up half of rap duo Dead Prez, was recently denied entry to Canada when he arrived at Montreal airport. Although it’s not exactly clear why M1 was turned away by Canada Border Services Agency, the rapper has attributed the incident to “racial profiling”. M1 was travelling to La Grande Bibliothèque in downtown Montreal to appear at […]

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Denied Entry to Canada? Here are 3 Things You Need to Do Next

Have you recently been denied entry to Canada? There are plenty of reasons why this can happen, but try not to panic as there are steps you can take to remedy the situation. 1. Contact VisaPlace The first step you should take after being denied entry to Canada is to contact VisaPlace.com – we can […]

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Buddy “the Cake Boss” Could Be Denied Entry to Canada due to DUI

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi, this is Michael Niren, immigration lawyer and founder of VisaPlace.com. The Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro, has allegedly been charged with a DUI. Now why this is interesting from an immigration perspective, is that if he’s in fact convicted, he may be prevented from entering Canada. Not to […]

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Possible Denied Entry to Canada for Julien Blanc

(Below is a transcription of this video) “Surrounding the Proposed Entry to Canada” by Julien Blanc. He’s a notorious pickup artist who writes books and gives seminars on how to “pick up women.” And there’s been a social media campaign to have him barred entry to Canada, preventing him from entering Canada. In Australia, the […]

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Felony Entry into Canada

Any person with a criminal conviction may be considered inadmissible to Canada on the grounds of security. An individual can be considered inadmissible to Canada for a either a felony or a misdemeanor offense.  Canada has been known for especially strict entry requirements when it comes to persons with felony convictions. Felony Entry within Canada […]

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10 Most Common Reasons You May Be Denied Entry to Canada

Few travel experiences are more frustrating, inconvenient and humiliating than arriving in a foreign country only to be denied entry at the port. This is especially disheartening if you have arrived on business or to tend to a family emergency. 10 Common Reasons for Denied Entry to Canada Upon traveling to Canada, you may have […]

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What Can Happen If A Permanent Resident Is Convicted Of A Crime

(Below is a transcription of this video) Question: What can happen if a permanent resident is convicted of a crime? Will they lose their status and have to leave Canada? Any permanent resident of Canada risks losing status, being deported to their home country, and even barred from ever returning to Canada should they be […]

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How to Enter Canada with a DUI

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi, my name is Michael Niren. I’m an immigration lawyer, founder of visaplace.com. I’m here to talk today about individuals who unfortunately have a DUI and who are interested in coming to Canada to cross our borders and potentially visit, work, or study. Entering Canada with a DUI […]

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Can I Travel to Canada with a Criminal Record?

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi. This is Michael Niren, immigration lawyer and founder of visaplace.com. Are you traveling to Canada with a criminal record? If you are, there may be some issues in terms of you being admitted to Canada. Depending upon the nature of your offense and how long ago it […]

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