Inadmissibility is one of Canada’s biggest immigration problems. Inadmissibility is an immigration issue where a person is prohibited from entering Canada. Criminal history and medical issues are some of the major causes of Inadmissibility.
Note that, immigration Inadmissibility covers all the applicants included in the Canadian application. If you have any potential medial or criminal inadmissibility issues, it will affect any family member accompanying you to Canada on that application.
Past criminal conviction is another common cause of inadmissibility under Canadian laws. Crimes are not classified as felonies and misdemeanors under Canadian laws, which is why even the most minor conviction can make a person inadmissible. Criminal inadmissibility can be a serious deterrence to a person’s immigration to Canada. Fortunately, the Canadian immigration system has put some things in place to help prospective immigrants scale through this problem.
Medical issues like criminal records can also make a person inadmissible to Canada. A person who fails their medical exam for Canadian immigration may not be allowed to enter the country. An applicant might be made ineligible for immigration if he/she suffers from a medical condition that is considered a risk to members of the public. Some of these medical issues include pulmonary tuberculosis, untreated syphilis, untreated mental issues that can cause a person to act in a violent manner, and any substance abuse considered dangerous to the Canadian populace. Financial standing has no effect whatsoever on these regulations as they apply to every person attempting to come into Canada.
It is very difficult to enter Canada if you have a DUI conviction. Having a DUI is a common reason for criminal inadmissibility in Canada. Even a DUI from several years ago can still prevent an applicant from traveling to Canada. The Canadian government has adopted Bill C-46, which classifies impaired driving under serious criminal offences, emphasizing how serious they are about criminalizing DUI.
A person who is criminally inadmissible to Canada can overcome it through criminal rehabilitation. What it does is that it wipes your criminal record clean for the purpose of Canadian immigration. The essence of rehabilitation is to show the government that you have changed since the criminal conviction and that you’re not going to commit that crime in Canada.
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