Many travelers are surprised to find out that people can be denied entry to the United States and are even more surprised when it happens to them. But the truth is, people are denied entry to the United States every single day and for a variety of different reasons. When someone is denied entry to […]Continue Reading
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The latest news from the USCIS aboutThe latest US immigration news concerning people who have a criminal history. For more information on the immigration options for people with a criminal history, visit our page on being denied entry to the US.
Unfortunately, no matter what shape your life is in now, having a criminal record for a DUI no matter how long ago this conviction occurred, can make it difficult to travel to different countries. For example, Canada will not let you enter normally if you have a conviction for a DUI, while the United States […]Continue Reading
It is not always clear what kind of criminal convictions will result in your being denied entry to the United States. A DUI, in particular, can result in your inadmissibility to the United States, especially if there are additional criminal convictions or multiple DUI offenses on your record. Entering the United States with a DUI […]Continue Reading
Entering the US with a DUI is difficult. A DUI (Driving under the influence, or DWI – driving while intoxicated) is a very serious offense in both the United States and Canada, although at the border they may be treated a little differently. Canada, as a general rule, will not allow people into the country […]Continue Reading
For many people around the world, illegal immigration seems to promise a relief from the miseries that they face. Some take this route for economic reasons and others for political motives. Either way, the path of illegal immigration is fraught with dangers that should be considered before someone decides to break the law of their […]Continue Reading
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