Immigration Repercussions of conviction

Discussion in 'Permanent Residence in Canada' started by Damian100, May 17, 2016.

  1. Damian100

    Damian100 New Member


    Canada is an aspiring land for many to settle down. Either you are on visa or on permanent residence, the implications of conviction for a criminal offence would be declaring inadmissible. You could get a removal order. The offence can be minor, like getting a DUI, or major, like assault or murder. So be vary of the crimes under criminal law.
  2. Ihor Vorona

    Ihor Vorona New Member

    Besides, any criminal record when filling an immigration entry to Canada has very unpleasant consequences. Hiding such facts can lead to a ban on filling in an application for resident status for 5 years. Moreover, the applicant's spouse automatically becomes also inadmissible to Canada.

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