When traveling or immigrating to Canada, being deemed as inadmissible means that you are not allowed to enter the country.
If you have been previously convicted or are facing charges for a crime committed in Canada or abroad, you may experience difficulties entering Canada as a visitor, or obtaining temporary or permanent status in Canada. You may also be considered inadmissible if you suffer from serious health or medical issues.
Find out if you are at risk of being deemed inadmissible to Canada, and how Canadim can help navigate you through the rehabilitation process!
The final step in your journey through Canadian immigration, submitting your citizenship application and preparing yourself for the citizenship test will propel you toward the finish line, where you will be officially recognized as a Canadian citizen.
“What is it like to live in Canada? What kind of taxes will I have to pay, and what is the Canadian economy like?” As experts in Canadian immigration and helping immigrants settle comfortably into their new lives in Canada, we have built resources to guide you through the many questions you may have as you adjust to life in Canada.
Whether you are planning on visiting Canada for a day, a week, a month, or longer, you may be required to obtain a Canadian visitor visa. Let us help you keep your travels simple!
In the fast-paced world of Canadian immigration, changes to programs can come at a moment’s notice. Stay up to date with the latest immigration news and updates with our news updates, so you’re always ahead of the curve. You can also sign up for our monthly newsletter to get updates emailed to you!
More than just a news source for the latest in Canadian immigration, the Canadim blog also dives deeper into life in Canada for new and temporary residents, clueing them in to the ins and outs of Canadian society and what to expect in their new home!
Whether you need help determining your eligibility to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident, would like to find out your Comprehensive Ranking System score, or are looking for information on visiting Canada or finding employment, Canadim has built the tools to answer your questions and help you get started on immigrating to Canada!
A country with different customs, norms and standards than what may be typical in other countries of the world, we know that adjusting to a new life in Canada may require a touch of guidance and a little research. Our guides answer any questions you may have about immigrating to Canada!
Nothing can compare to the terrors faced by those who are persecuted in their home countries because of their race, gender, sexual orientation, social belonging or political opinion. Canadim can help those seeking asylum and refugee status in Canada navigate the tricky waters of refugee resettlement when no other option seems viable.
With an abundance of immigration streams for permanent and temporary residence, as well as citizenship applications and visitor visas, we break down the processing fees for all types of visa applications, so you are never left wondering how much you need to pay.