Any person with a criminal conviction may be considered inadmissible to Canada on the grounds of security. In most cases, when 5 years have passed from completion of the sentence, a foreign national is eligible to apply to Canadian immigration authorities for rehabilitation. Everyone else must apply for and receive a Temporary Residence Permit in order to enter Canada temporarily despite a criminal conviction. >>Read the full article on Canadavisa.com
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