Inadmissibility to Canada

Individuals can be found to be inadmissible to Canada on the following grounds:

  • Criminal Inadmissibility
  • Medical Inadmissibility (e.g. medical condition that endanger public health or safety, or causes excessive demand on health/social services)
  • Misrepresentation (e.g. providing false information or withholding information)
  • Organized Crime (e.g. organized criminal activity, human trafficking, money laundering)
  • Security Risk (e.g. espionage, subversion, violence or terrorism)
  • Human or international rights violations (e.g. war crimes, crimes against humanity)
  • Failure to comply with any provision of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
  • Having an inadmissible family member

Our experienced lawyers can help you identify and execute ways to overcome inadmissibility issues through:

  • Comprehensive, detailed responses to Procedural Fairness Letters
  • Challenging unreasonable and incorrect immigration refusal and inadmissibility decisions
  • Criminal Rehabilitation Applications
  • Criminal Record Suspension Applications
  • Deemed Rehabilitated Submissions
  • Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) Applications
  • Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) Applications
  • Administrative Deferral of Removals (ADR)
  • Temporary Suspension of Removals (TSR)
  • Authorization to Return (ARC) Applications

Those found to be inadmissible to Canada may be issued a Removal Order (i.e. a Departure Order, Exclusion Order, or Deportation Order.

For assistance with Inadmissibility to Canada issues, Removal Orders, or for more information, please contact us.