How Do You Get In To Canada With A DUI?
Going to Canada with a DUI may seem impossible, but it often is not. Depending on your DUI record and the passage of time, you may be able to get into Canada sooner than you think with a DUI. In just a few steps, you can determine whether you have a good shot at entering Canada. Hire a lawyer who is a member of the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants, or a member of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society. Canadian immigration forms filled in with an ineligible US lawyer will be returned unprocessed. Keep in mind that it’s possible to succeed without a lawyer, but that’s only for those with two or fewer convictions with sentences completed at least 5 years ago. If that’s not you, you will need legal help to get into Canada with a DUI. Get a copy all court documents for any and all convictions, including your DUI. Make sure you have proof that all sentences have been completed. This means you need a letter from probation saying probation is completed and a zero balance