You are inadmissible: For convictions within Canada, if you have been: -Convicted in Canada of an offence punishable by a sentence of fewer than ten years -Convicted in Canada of two or more criminal offences
You are considered inadmissible if the convictions outside of Canada: -If committed in Canada, would be comparable to an offence punishable by a sentence of fewer than ten years -Of two or more acts that would be equivalent to summary offences -Of an act that would be equivalent to a hybrid offence punishable by a sentence of fewer than ten years.
Pardon is granted: -You are not inadmissible if you were pardoned under the Criminal Records Act in Canada if the offence occurred in Canada -If the offence occurred outside Canada, you might be inadmissible.
If you are found inadmissible, and to aid the officer to determine whether or not you are, you are required to provide the details of: -All charges -Convictions -Court dispositions -Pardons -Photocopies of applicable sections of foreign law -Court proceedings
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