Inadmissible to Canada?
Being found inadmissible to Canada can have serious consequences. If you live in Canada, you may be deported. If you are trying to come to Canada, you may not be able to get status.
When someone is determined to be inadmissible they are not allowed to stay in, or come to, Canada, unless they get special permission. Even if someone has lived in Canada for years, they can be deported.
If you have been notified that you are going to be the subject of an inadmissibility hearing or that the CBSA is going to prepare a “section 44 report” regarding your potential inadmissibility, it is very important to work with a lawyer you trust to protect your rights.
The lawyers at McCarten Wallace Litigation will work tirelessly on your behalf. We became refugee and immigration lawyers because we believe that people have a right to choose where they live, to be free from persecution, and to live with the people they care about most.