You Will Not Be Able To Get Into Canada If You Have These 15 Offenses
If you have committed these offenses, you will be not able to get into Canada.
Temporary Resident Permit Canada shared that,
"Foreign nationals who have been arrested or convicted of a criminal offense anywhere in the world, that if committed in Canada could be classified as an indictable offense, may be deemed ineligible to enter Canada. Attempting to enter Canada while considered inadmissible due to criminality can result in a person being denied entry to Canada. Only the equivalent Canadian law determines whether or not a person with a criminal record is admissible to cross the border. Consequently, for crimes committed in the United States, it does not matter if the offense is a misdemeanor or felony."
If you are planning to cross over to the Canadian border, you may want to check in on the offenses list.
Offenses That Will Make You Unable To Get Into Canada
You can probably think of the obvious things such as DUI, fraud, theft, etc.
However, there are more offenses that will make it difficult to cross the Canadian borders.
You cannot commit the following:
- Probation Violations
- Domestic Violence
- Vehicular Manslaughter (voluntary or involuntary)
- Possession of Stolen Property
- Drug Manufacturing or Cultivation
- Aggravated Assault
- Child Abandonment
- Property Crimes
- Indecent Exposure
- Failure to Appear
- Hit and Run
- Credit Card Fraud
- Child Abuse
- White Collar Crime
- Telemarketing Fraud
How To Travel To Canada With A Criminal Record
There are two ways if you still want to go to Canada with a criminal record.
You can either file for a Canadian Temporary Resident Permit or go through a process called Criminal Rehabitation.
Simply do your research because entry into Canada is on a case-by-case basis.
If you want to see more from the full list, you can see it below!