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What is Inadmissibility? #CanadaImmigration

Inadmissibility means some people are not allowed to enter or land in Canada or be removed from Canada.

Inadmissibility only applies to foreign nationals and permanent residents; naturalized citizens cannot be inadmissible to Canada.

There is a long list of things that can make someone inadmissible, such as security reasons, human or international rights violations, committing a crime against the criminal code of Canada, organized criminality, medical reasons that include contagious diseases or others that cause excessive demand on health or social services, financial reasons, misrepresentation, failure to comply with the immigration laws, or simply having an inadmissible family member will also make you inadmissible. Inadmissibility also includes minor and serious crimes such as theft, assault, manslaughter, dangerous driving, driving under the influence (D.U.I) and possession of or trafficking drugs or other controlled substances.

If you were informed that you were found inadmissible for any reason, please do not try to justify or send written reasons to CBSA or IRCC, because this response requires legal knowledge. Please hire a criminal-immigration lawyer who ideally practices both immigration and criminal law to help you overcome your inadmissibility and not destroy your immigration case in the process.

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