Applicant must be admissible prior to or upon entering Canada. Determining admissibility can be a complex process and the onus is on the applicant to establish admissibility. There may be reasons an applicant can be considered inadmissible to Canada.
Most common reasons for Inadmissibility issues are related to criminality, serious medical issues, or misrepresentation. There are ways to overcome such inadmissibility; however, to overcome inadmissibility due to misrepresentation involves 5 year waiting before applying again to come to Canada.
Inadmissible individuals may be “eligible” to apply for a specific application(s) to render them admissible to enter Canada either for a temporary time period or remove inadmissibility permanently as long as no other charges ore convictions occurred thereafter. However it depends on the passage of time when the person may apply to overcome their inadmissibility. Immigration methods used to overcome inadmissibility of convictions and or offences may be one or more of these remedies:
Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC)
Foreign nationals who have been issued a deportation order will have to apply for an ARC to IRCC. IRCC officer examine following factors while assessing ARC application:
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Authorization to Return to Canada
Not Required - if left Canada within the required 30 days time frame, and departure was verified by an CBSA officer. If failed abide by any of these requirements, ARC will be required.
Not Required - if 1 year has passed since departure from Canada, and hold a Certificate of Departure that has a date of leaving Canada
Required - if need to return within 1 year after the removal order has been enforced, and do not have Certificate of Departure
In case of misrepresentation - must wait for 5 years
Must apply for an ARC
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