- What does criminally inadmissible mean?
- Can I enter Canada if I am criminally inadmissible?
- What is the temporary resident permit fee waiver for criminal inadmissibility?
- As an inadmissible person, can I enter Canada more than once without paying the fee?
- I was only convicted of a misdemeanour. Why can’t I enter Canada?
- How can I find out whether an offence outside Canada is considered a criminal offence in Canada?
- I was charged with a crime in another country and found not guilty. Can I enter Canada?
- I received a pardon for my crime. Can I enter Canada?
- I was convicted of driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs. Can I enter Canada?
- I have been charged with a crime outside of Canada and my trial is still underway. Can I enter Canada?
- I am currently on parole. Can I enter Canada?
Rehabilitation for entry to Canada
- What does it mean to be rehabilitated in respect to entering Canada?
- How long will it take to get a decision on my individual rehabilitation application?
- What is the processing fee for an individual rehabilitation application?
- If my individual rehabilitation application is refused, will I get my processing fee back?
- When can I apply for individual rehabilitation?
- What can I do if I want to come to Canada but do not qualify for rehabilitation?
- What does it mean if I’m medically inadmissible for excessive demand reasons?
- How do immigration officers decide if I’m medically inadmissible for excessive demand reasons?
- Does medical inadmissibility based on excessive demand reasons apply to everyone?
- Why didn’t I receive an invitation to submit a mitigation plan?
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