Who is eligible under the new policy on criminal inadmissibility?
You may be eligible for the fee waiver if you:
- have been convicted of an eligible offence (or its equivalent in foreign law);
- have served no jail time;
- have committed no other acts that would prevent you from entering Canada; and
- are not inadmissible for any other reason.
This fee exemption does not apply if you have been convicted of child pornography or a sexual offence.
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