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Reasons for medical, criminal, or other inadmissibility to Canada can be quite complex. Ultimately, if you are found inadmissible, you will be unable to visit or reside in Canada (with a number of limited exceptions for short-term visits). However, a determination of inadmissibility is subject to review and appeal. In addition, if you are properly found to be inadmissible, there are often ways to correct your inadmissibility. For example, if you are criminally inadmissible, you may be eligible to apply for "rehabilitation", which will allow you to be admitted to Canada. If you are experience problems or have questions about medical, criminal, or other inadmissibility to Canada, please contact us directly so that we can advise you accordingly.

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