Entering Canada with DUI conviction
If you have been convicted of driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs then you may be inadmissible to Canada for serious criminality. You have two options available to you if you wish to enter Canada.
1. To enter Canada temporarily
You can apply for a temporary resident permit (TRP) could allow you to enter Canada temporarily. In order to obtain TRP you must prove that you have valid reason for travelling to Canada. A fee of $200 Cad is applicable, however there is no guarantee that an TRP application will be successful and you will be allowed to enter Canada.
2. To become admissible again
You can apply for Criminal rehabilitation and you may be able to become admissible to Canada again. To apply for criminal rehabilitation 5 years must have passed since you completed your sentence or committed the crime.
We have extensive experience helping individuals with DUI convictions who wish to enter Canada. Contact us to learn how we can help you entering Canada with an Impaired Driving Conviction
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