There may be a few reasons which make a person inadmissible to Canada, like past criminal conviction, a health condition, inadmissible family member, non-compliance with Immigration and Refugee Protection, etc.

If you were convicted of a crime, or even if you committed a crime but were not convicted, you may be inadmissible to Canada. But we provide services to overcomes these convictions through the following:

Temporary Resident Permit

A TRP allows the applicant to temporarily visit Canada.

Criminal Rehabilitation

An applicant for Criminal Rehabilitation may be able to overcome his criminal inadmissibility permanently as long as there are no more convictions.

Record suspension

A record suspension is similar to Criminal Rehabilitation but for in-Canada convictions only.