The Government of Canada has confirmed that impaired driving offences committed before the coming into force of tougher sentences in December 2018 will not place foreign nationals at risk of inadmissibility or deportation.
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With the arrival of summer in Canada, the extensive lineup of festivals, conferences and conventions is set to begin. These events are usually quite elaborate and often require the entry into Canada of one or more foreign nationals to be actively involved in the necessary preparations.
New amendments to the Criminal Code of Canada mean foreign nationals and permanent residents who commit the offence of impaired driving as of December 18, 2018, will be deemed inadmissible and could face deportation.
Express Entry is the system that manages applications for Canada’s three main economic immigration classes – the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class.
Prior to the introduction of Canada’s electronic travel authorization, almost anyone from a visa-exempt country could hop on a plane, show their passport or travel documents upon arrival, and be legally admitted to Canada.
There are many common misconceptions when it comes to the issue of criminal inadmissibility to Canada. While entering Canada when you have a criminal record is possible, there are a number of myths that need to be dispelled.
Nobody is perfect.
This universal truth is particularly true when you take into account peoples’ pasts. Life is a journey and many get off to a rocky start before they find their footing and choose their path in life. Many now successful, family-oriented, and wholesome people have checkered pasts that are by no means representative of the lives they currently lead.