How To Get Back to Canada When a person breaches the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, they can be deported from Canada. There are several ways one can be deported from Canada, including committing crimes or overstaying visas and being caught. The Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for removing people from Canada who have […]Continue Reading
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.
Some people are denied entry to Canada because of a criminal record. In the past, people have been denied entry to Canada for criminal offenses they never thought would catch up with them – such as an arrest for marijuana possession decades ago or a DUI conviction. Rest assured, a criminal record of any kind […]Continue Reading
Many people mistakenly think that marrying a Canadian citizen automatically grants them Canadian citizenship or permanent residence in Canada, but this is not the case. In fact, not properly following suit after you marry a Canadian citizen can result in your deportation from Canada. Woman Being Deported From Canada After Living in Canada 15 Years A […]Continue Reading
New documents show that from 2008 to 2010, the Canada Border Services Agency has opened 39 different investigations into marriage fraud for immigration purposes according to this article in the Winnipeg Free Press. While 39 cases doesn’t seem like a lot, many fraudulent marriage cases have similarities or often involve the same people who help […]Continue Reading
Couple denied permanent residence despite son not immigrating to Canada. Robert and Pauline Crowe of England have been deemed inadmissible to Canada because Robert has an autistic son – a son who he does not have primary custody of and who would never move to Canada anyway. Lewis Crowe, 17, lives with his mother in […]Continue Reading
Toronto student deported from Canada to Mexico We reported earlier about a Mexican student facing deportation in Toronto. A Toronto student whose refugee claims were denied and paperwork improperly completed has been deported from Canada, despite the community and various non-profit organizations rallying around him in support. Daniel Garcia’s immigration lawyer died between filing his […]Continue Reading
Community rallies around student facing deportation from Canada An 18-year-old student in Toronto is facing deportation from Canada back to his native Mexico. About four days ago, Daniel Garcia was detained when asked for identification during a random police check. Garcia came to Canada in 2007 and applied for refugee status with his sister, saying […]Continue Reading
Canadian-born man faces deportation: Can you be deported from Canada if you’re born here? Apparently. It is not unusual for foreign-born people living in Canada as Permanent Residents who run into trouble with the law face to face immigration troubles, and even less unusual for them to face deportation from Canada if the crimes are […]Continue Reading
When you apply for a Canadian Visitor Visa there is a chance it could be denied for no apparent reason. The reason lies beneath a section of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations that allows officers to reject the visitor visa application without explaining why. If your Canadian tourist visa was refused without a refusal […]Continue Reading
Visa Refusals lead to apology from Canadian government Canadian Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney recently apologized for the decisions of Canadian Visa officers in India to reject the applications of several Indian nationals because of their prior military services. In a statement, Minister Kenney said, “Canada has the highest regard for India, its […]Continue Reading
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