How Do Criminal Charges Affect Immigration?
Sometimes permanent residents in Canada run into trouble with the law. It is important that permanent residents contact an immigration lawyer right away when this happens because immigration officials may try to deport them (even after criminal court proceedings are done).
Even minor criminal offences can result in a permanent resident becoming inadmissible to Canada, and several steps need to be taken in order to keep your permanent residence after being charged with a crime.
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