Inadmissibility Criminality

Are you worried about a prior Criminal or Medical record that might effect your immigration file?

Many applicants are hit by surprise that their prior criminal record has resulted in rejection of an immigration file. You may as well seek help before filing your application for immigration. There are ways you can overcome inadmissibility in most cases.


Some applicants either withdraw their representative or do not have one.

If you are unhappy with your current representative and would like to move your case to us. We are more than happy to take over the representation. If you do not have a representative and would like to have our representation, we are able to do that too. It is better to be safe than sorry. Immigration process requires attention to detail, it is not only about filling the information. It requires an eye for all the correct information so that you do not face any delays in the process.

Medical Inadmissibility

A medical examination by a designated Medical Practitioner is required by the applicant and all of the dependants for Immigration purposes. Certain criteria of medical examination has to be met in order to proceed further.

Criminal Inadmissibility

A police clearance certificate is a requirement for immigration to Canada. It allows the officer to assess an applicant based on their record. If you are concerned about your record there may be ways to overcome the inadmissibility. To learn more, please contact us.

Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)

TRP, Temporary Resident Permit, can be issued to individuals for a certain period to allow them to stay in or enter Canada who otherwise would be ineligible to Canada due to health or criminal issues. TRP may be issued up to three years and individuals can apply to extend TRP from inside Canada. People who apply for Canadian Permanent Residency may apply for TRP for staying in short period, but should apply for Criminal Rehabilitation to stay Canada permanently.