Are you unsure if you will be considered inadmissible to Canada?
Being inadmissible means that there are reasons to believe that you should not be permitted to enter Canada. There are various reasons for this, including:
Being a threat to Canada’s national security;
Having a criminal conviction;
Having a medical concern that could cause financial strain to the country;
Being unable or unwilling to provide financial support for yourself or family members;
Providing false information or withholding information in a visa or permit application;
Participating, directly or indirectly, in crimes against humanity and human rights violations;
If an Immigration Officer has suspicion that you could be inadmissible for entry to Canada, it is vital that you seek expert legal advice to determine if you are eligible for Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is a process of providing evidence to Immigration Canada that you are admissible to Canada and that you will not repeat any offences in the future. If successful, you will receive a Certificate of Rehabilitation to present upon entering Canada.
Depending on the nature of the grounds of inadmissibility and the length of time, you may already meet the criteria for being Rehabilitated.
Here at Built In, we can provide you with current legislative advice on inadmissibility concerns and Rehabilitation Applications. Being denied entry to Canada because of inadmissibility is a serious issue and also is extremely stressful for you and your family.
As a part of our eligibility consultations, we will also address any inadmissibility issues to ensure that your pathway to Canada is thoroughly assessed.