Criminal Inadmissibility refers to an individual not permitted to enter Canada, because they have been committed or been convicted of a crime.
If you have a criminal conviction in Canada, you must seek a record suspension from the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) before you will be admissible to Canada.
Understanding Criminal Inadmissibility
What is criminal inadmissibility?
A person not permitted to enter Canada, because they have been committed or been convicted of a crime.
This includes both minor and serious crimes including:
Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and
Possession of or trafficking in drugs or controlled substances
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