A person can be deemed inadmissible to enter or remain in Canada for the following reasons:
Security reasons – if the individual was or is, directly or indirectly involved in terrorism, espionage, subversion or acts of violence;
OR Human rights violation – if the person has committed crimes against humanity, was a decision-maker of a political regime that was engaged in human rights violation;
OR Medical inadmissibility – in case health condition of the individual is likely to be a danger to the health or safety of the Canadian public;
OR Excessive demand – in case the person’s admission is reasonably expected to cause excessive demand on health or social services provided by the government
Inadmissibility cases are regarded by our professionals individually, on a case-by-case basis. Our firm provides a professional assessment and evaluation of every case and helps you find a reasonable solution, depending on your particular situation.
We either advise you on how to prevent a situation of medical or criminal inadmissibility even before you apply, or we suggest a reasonable solution of appeal in case you have already been deemed inadmissible.