Inadmissibility to Canada

A person can be found inadmissible to Canada for a number of reasons, including criminal convictions, medical conditions, misrepresentation, and security. If you have been found inadmissible to Canada, you may have options. Options might include an appeal to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, judicial review in the Federal Court, submissions to an Immigration Officer, or an Application for Humanitarian and Compassionate Relief.

Our team has a high success record in assisting clients with overcoming potential inadmissibility to Canada or a decision-maker’s finding of inadmissibility. We can evaluate whether there are available options and help devise the best and most cost-effective strategy. Please call us to schedule a consultation.

 

READ MORE:

Criminal Inadmissibility Explained - Warren Creates & Jacqueline Bonisteel, February 2013

Can Inadmissibility Be Overcome? The Temporary Resident Permit Explained - Warren Creates & Jacqueline Bonisteel, November 2012

 

RELATED TOPICS:

-          Appeals and Judicial Reviews

-          Deportation Orders and Removal from Canada

-          Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications

-          Immigration Detention in Canada

-          Refugee Claims