Question by  misscrabtree123 (14)

Is it possible to travel to Canada with a felony conviction?


Answer by  MathWiz (1408)

It's possible. if the crime didn't involve damage to people or property. If it's been ten years and you meet other criteria, they may consider you rehabilitated. If it's been five years, you may be able to enter under their streamlined rehabilitation program. You'll have to have your paperwork in order.


Answer by  rhendricks (13)

Unfortunately, this is another obstacle for anyone with a criminal record to face if they decide to visit Canada. Section 19(2)(a.1) of the Immigration Act of Canada states you must get special permission by a Minister's Permit to avoid extending your criminal record and doing time in a Canadian prison.


Answer by  visira779 (269)

No, it is not possible to travel to Canada with a felony conviction. You will eventually get caught. This country may be far from the border but someone is likely to recognize an person If they have an record then they will be arrested. Especially if their face is shown on television.


Answer by  fadilica (4)

No,it's not possible. I think people with felony conviction sholud not leave their country without supervising and without special permission you have to ask 6 month before traveling.It needs a ministers permit that is valued one year.people with conviction are treath to states security and that's why the enetering to canada is so strict.

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