If you have still ventured to the border and been denied, or only alert that you are considered not allowed to Canada; you know that additional documents will be required if you mean on entering Canada. Reasons for without entry may include past illegal offences, health risks to Canadian citizens or permanent residents, lack of economic resources or incompatible documentation offered at the border.
There are many reasons why a person may be denied entry into Canada. These reasons could consist of:
Even having an acceptable family member can cause you to be denied. Normally, if you are not allowed to Canada, you will not be allowed to enter, unless you know how to arrange the 'right' paperwork. If you have a 'reason' to travel to Canada that is justified in the situation, you may be issued a temporary resident permit (TRP).
Opening in September 2016 all visitors to Canada from visa excused countries, with the immunity of citizens of the United States, will need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) in order to fly to Canada. People who are prohibited to the country, such as those with an illegal record, may have their ETA denied by Canada. Being refused a Canada ETA is basically the same thing as being disqualified from the country since hurried is typically the only way to access the nation and you will not be permitted to tread foot onto a Canadian bound aircraft without a valid ETA. After successfully petitioning the administration for a Canada TRP or Rehabilitation, it may be potential to obtain a Canadian ETA after an early denial. If you desire to fly to Canada but were refused an ETA because of criminality, contact us today.