Inadmissability: Canadian Immigration News

The latest news about inadmissibility to Canada. There are many reasons why a person may be denied entry into Canada. These reasons could include: Security Human or international rights violations, Criminality (even DUIs and DWIs), Organized criminality, Health grounds, Financial reasons, Misrepresentation (of any kind), Noncompliance with IRPA. For more information, visit our section on Denied Entry to Canada.

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Can I Return to Canada After Deportation?

April 11, 2014 / /

Can I Return to Canada After Deportation? on YouTube (Below is a transcription of this video) Hello, my name is Michael Niren. I’m an immigration lawyer and founder of VisaPlace.com. Today I’m going to talk to you about what happens if you are deported from Canada and wish to return. This is an unfortunate situation for many […]

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How Do I Appeal an Immigration Refusal?

May 30, 2013 /

Receiving an immigration visa refusal can be one of the most upsetting components of the immigration process. But just because you have been notified of a visa refusal does not mean that is the end of your immigration journey in Canada. In fact, there are several different options available to you if you have been […]

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Canada Visa Rejection: Reasons for a Canadian Visa Refusal

February 3, 2013 / /

Being refused a Canadian visa in 2019 can be frustrating as it can ruin travel plans, work plans, or even a new living arrangement. Don’t worry, after a visa rejection there are a few steps you may be able to take to still obtain a Canadian visa. Contrary to what many people think, reapplying after a […]

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How Can Someone Born In Canada be Deported From Canada?

December 21, 2012 / /

Canada offers birthright citizenship, as do many other countries in the world – including the United States. What birthright citizenship means is that anyone born on Canadian soil automatically becomes a Canadian citizen. But did you know, someone who has been born in Canada can still be deported? It’s a very rarely-used and little-known law […]

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Can a Felon Go To Canada: Entering Canada with a Felony Record

December 18, 2012 / /

If you have a criminal record such as a felony conviction, you may have difficulty entering Canada. Can I Enter Canada with a Felony Conviction? Canada has strict rules when it comes to admitting people with criminal records. Essentially, if you have been convicted of an offence that occurred less than 10 years ago, in most cases, you are […]

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How To Enter Canada With a DUI

October 22, 2012 / /

Getting into Canada while having a criminal record for DUI is a common concern many Americans have. It is very important that Canada is able to effectively secure its borders and keep people who may be dangerous out, but sometimes people who post no threat to Canada or Canadians are caught up in this red […]

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What Are Removal Orders in Canada?

September 28, 2012 / /

A removal order is issued when someone is convicted of breaching the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act in Canada. If you have committed a crime or are in Canada fraudulently, you could be issued a removal order. Types of Removal Orders From Canada The Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for carrying out removal orders. […]

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How to Appeal Against a Canadian Visa Refusal

September 21, 2012 /

If you’ve received notification of a Canada visa refusal from Citizenship and Immigration Canada, it can be extremely distressing. Note that you do have options when it comes to appealing a Canadian visa refusal, however, time is not on your side. You may only have a very short window of time in which to appeal […]

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Canada To Use Biometrics In Visa Program In 2013: Big Brother Is Watching

September 14, 2012 / /

Although Canada has had a Canadian Biometrics Program since 2013, the program will be expanding starting on July 31, 2018. The goal of expanding the program is to make legitimate travel to Canada easier while protecting national security, preventing identity fraud and increasing information sharing with the “Migration 5 Partners”. Canada, the United States, Australia, […]

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Can You Immigrate to Canada If You Are HIV-Positive in 2019?

June 11, 2012 / /

Many people are under the assumption that having a chronic illness like HIV means they cannot immigrate to Canada. But that’s not necessarily true. There are several ways someone who is HIV-positive can immigrate to Canada. Immigration to Canada with HIV 1. Depends on Your Illness Canada’s policies on someone being inadmissible to Canada on […]

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