Are there any specific medical conditions that will make me inadmissible to Canada? 

Credit to Author: Vimal Sivakumar| Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2024 13:00:03 +0000

Although inadmissibility is more often associated with criminal convictions and behaviour, medical inadmissibility causes more than 1,000 immigration applicants to be denied entry into Canada every year. This is according to Statistics Canada data from 2019. Accordingly, especially because “every [Canadian permanent residence applicant] and some temporary status applicants, [must] undergo a medical examination”, medical […]

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How your family member can make you inadmissible to Canada

Credit to Author: Julia Hornstein| Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2024 13:00:08 +0000

Canada ensures that every foreign national meets admissibility requirements before they are allowed to enter the country. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) prioritize securing the country’s borders from those who may pose a risk. Therefore, these two organizations can deny entry to any foreign national who they […]

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How you can overcome inadmissibility if you wish to enter Canada

Credit to Author: Julia Hornstein| Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2023 12:30:30 +0000

Canada has admissibility requirements that a foreign national must meet before they are allowed to enter the country, which include passing a criminal background check and completing a medical examination. Schedule a Free Legal Consultation with the Cohen Immigration Law Firm What is criminal inadmissibility? Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and Canadian Border Services […]

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Will a past serious medical condition make me inadmissible to Canada?

Credit to Author: Julia Hornstein| Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2023 13:00:32 +0000

Every applicant looking to get a Canadian immigration visa are required to undergo a medical examination, which are generally physical exams including blood tests, urine tests and x-rays. Schedule a Free Legal Consultation with the Cohen Immigration Law Firm Applicants may be deemed medically inadmissible to Canada under two conditions: The application has a medical […]

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Understanding medical inadmissibility to Canada

Credit to Author: Vimal Sivakumar| Date: Sun, 02 Apr 2023 13:00:37 +0000

When we hear the word ‘inadmissibility’ in the scope of Canadian immigration, it is much more likely that we consider criminality than medical inadmissibility. However, according to the most recent available data from 2019, medical inadmissibility prevents around 1,400 immigration applicants from entering Canada every year. This makes medical inadmissibility a topic worthy of increased […]

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Understanding why some people might not be allowed in Canada and ways to overcome inadmissibility

Credit to Author: Vimal Sivakumar| Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2023 12:00:10 +0000

When someone is inadmissible to Canada, it is because the examining officer has decided that the person being assessed is or will be a threat to, or burden on, public health and/or safety. There are many intricacies to the concept of inadmissibility but on a basic level, inadmissibility falls under a few general categories, including […]

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What happens after you receive a removal order in Canada?

Credit to Author: Vimal Sivakumar| Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2023 13:00:46 +0000

If deemed inadmissible to Canada, there are three different types of removal orders that you may receive. The three types of removal orders The first, and least “severe”, type of removal order is a departure order. With this type of removal order, the inadmissible party must depart Canada within 30 days of the departure order […]

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How to increase your chances for study permit approval

Credit to Author: Asheesh Moosapeta| Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2023 14:00:16 +0000

Canada continues to be one of the world’s most popular destinations for international students. With an excellent standard of education and internationally accredited schools—Canada hosts a huge number of students from abroad every year—welcoming close to 450,000 new international students in 2021 alone. While Canada does host many international students annually, there are also those […]

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The three types of removal orders you can be issued if deemed inadmissible to Canada

Credit to Author: Vimal Sivakumar| Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2022 18:00:36 +0000

Being inadmissible to Canada means that, for some reason, an officer at a Canadian Port of Entry believes that the person being deemed inadmissible to the country is a threat to public health and/or safety. There are many intricacies to the concept of inadmissibility but on a basic level, inadmissibility falls under a few general […]

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Entering Canada with a felony conviction

Credit to Author: Daniel Levy| Date: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 12:00:33 +0000

Anyone trying to enter Canada with a felony conviction on their criminal record may be surprised to learn that they might be considered inadmissible. This can be true for residents of any country who would like to immigrate to Canada or even just visit several years post-conviction. However, in some circumstances it may be possible […]

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