The Govermnemt of Canada may refuse applicants to enter in Canada for inadmissibility for several reasons.
A foreign national may not be allowed to enter or remain in Canada if the person (has been):
- not complied with Canadian immigration law;
- poses a security risk to Canada;
- violated human rights;
- involved in crime or organized crime;
- involved in misrepresentation to Canadian immigration officials;
- serious health condition;
- not sufficient money for personal support in Canada;
- is a close relative of someone who is inadmissible.
Criminal records are some of the most common inadmissibility grounds. In such cases a foreign person may be able to apply for one of the following in order to overcome the refusal to enter in Canada:
- Temporary Resident Permit;
- Criminal Rehabilitation;
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