Inadmissible to Canada – Reasons and CausesMiguel Lopez2021-08-05T05:43:19-05:00
Inadmissible to Canada? What does it mean?
‘Inadmissible to Canada’ means certain people are not allowed into the country under immigration law.
When applying for a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), or when arriving at a port of entry, a Canadian Immigration Officer will decide if you are inadmissible to Canada or not.
What would make me inadmissible to Canada?
You could be found inadmissible to Canada for a number of reasons, such as:
Security reasons, including
Violence or Terrorism
Membership in an organization involved in any of these
Human or international rights violations
Crimes against humanity
Being a senior official in a government engaged in gross human rights violations or subject to
Committing a crime
Including driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
Including membership in an organization that takes part in organized criminal activity.
People smuggling or money laundering
This includes medical conditions that:
Endanger public health
Endanger public safety or
Causes excessive demand on health or social services (some applicants are exempt)
If you’re unable or unwilling to support yourself and your family members.
Which includes providing false information or withholding information directly related to decisions made under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA)
Failure to comply with any provision of IRPA
Examples of failure to comply with IRPA include:
Temporary residents who don’t respect the conditions of their stay—for example, they stay longer than allowed, or work or study without the proper permits.
Permanent residents who haven’t lived in Canada for the required amount of time.
People who have previously been deported and try to enter Canada without written authorization (In some cases you may need an Authorization to return to Canada (ARC) in order to be admitted to Canada.)
Having an inadmissible to Canada family member
Want to work or study in Canada?
Fast track your journey to Canada with our services!
The first step towards studying in Canada is getting an assessment of your case done. Fill out
our online assessment form or call us on +91 9667718700 to discuss your eligibility and suitable options.
We can help answer all your questions, including how much it costs to study in Canada, which
courses are available and how you can use your Canadian study permit as a pathway to obtain
Canadian Permanent Residency.