Criminal Inadmissibility

Inadmissibility To Canada

I have been convicted of a offence
Yes No
The sentence ended less than 5 years ago The sentence ended more than 5 years ago but less than 10 years ago The sentence ended more than 10 years ago You are likely not criminally inadmissible to Canada.
If your offence is equivalent to a Canadian federal offence, you are likely criminally inadmissible to Canada and may be eligible for a TRP If your offence is equivalent to a Canadian federal offence, you are criminally inadmissible to Canada but eligible for Criminal Rehabilitation. If your offence is equivalent to a Canadian federal offence, you may be deemed rehabilitated if your offence is of a non-serious nature & you only have one conviction on your record. If the charge remains on your record we recommend a legal opinion letter.  Otherwise, you may be eligible for Criminal Rehabilitation.

To determine if the specific offence you have been charged with will result in criminal inadmissibility to Canada, select the specific offence from the list below.

Assault Convictions

Driving Convictions

Drug Possession Convictions

• DUI Convictions

False Pretences Convictions

Larceny Convictions

Minor Offences

Offences Against Law Enforcement and Justice Administration

For more information on entering Canada with a DUI on your record, please visit our page with specific information on DUI Canada Entry.

For more information kindly fill out the Let Us Assist You form at the top of this page.

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