Are you concerned about admissibility issues? Have you been turned away unexpectedly at the Canadian border?
Immigration Problems may come up during your Canadian immigration process. We can help you deal with them. Many people wishing to enter or immigrate to Canada are surprised to learn that a prior criminal record can result in a Canadian Immigration Officer refusing their entry, or application, on the basis of criminal inadmissibility.
If you have been found to be criminally inadmissible to Canada, or think you may be inadmissible, it is important to know that you still have options. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Immigration to Canada can be a long and sometimes complicated process. Over the past 35 years of practicing Canadian immigration law at Campbell Cohen, we have seen and dealt with many immigration roadblocks.
If you are experiencing one of the problems listed below, we recommend you contact us at your earliest convenience. We will discuss your immigration problem with you to properly assess how our law firm can help you.
In certain cases, a Canadian immigration application refusal can be challenged. Was your application refused? We may be able to challenge it. Read more.
Do you need an immigration attorney to take over the representation of your Canadian immigration application?
Many people submit their applications without legal representation and later decide that they do indeed need an immigration attorney to represent their case. We may be able to take over representation of your file. Read more.
A medical exam is required for the principal applicant and all of their dependents as part of the immigration process. Learn more about what it means to be medically inadmissible for immigration to Canada. Read more.
All Canadian immigration applicants must obtain Police Clearances and pass security checks before their applications for Canadian permanent residence reaches a positive conclusion. If you are concerned that your application may be denied on the grounds of criminal inadmissibility, there may be options for you. Read more.
Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)
A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) may be issued to individuals who would otherwise be inadmissible to Canada because of health or criminality issues, permitting them to enter Canada on a temporary basis. Do you need a Temporary Resident Permit to enter Canada? Read more.