INADMISSIBILITY & RESOLUTIONS
Whether you are applying for temporary or permanent resident status in Canada or even to enter Canadian borders or remain in Canada, you MUST be deemed admissible by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or the Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA).
Inadmissibility can be based on a number of reasons, such as the following.
Financial Inadmissibility if the applicant is unable to prove or meet the financial requirements to support yourself and/or your family while you are in Canada.
Medical Inadmissibility if you have a medical condition that poses a risk to public health and safety or places excessive demand on Canadian health services, you may be inadmissible to come to Canada.
Misrepresentation If you have intentionally or inadvertently provided inaccurate, contradictory, or false information to the IRCC or CBSA, you may be denied entry to Canada.
Non-Compliance with Canadian Laws and regulations If you do not comply with Canadian laws and regulations, your application will be rejected and you will be deemed inadmissible.
Inadmissible Family member: Whether or not your inadmissible family member accompanies you to Canada may affect your admissibility. The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) sets different rules for inadmissibility for both permanent and temporary residents.
If you are found inadmissible to Canada for any of the listed reasons, call us today and we will listen to your case, assess it, and find the best solution that suits your situation.