A foreign national is defined in section 2 of the IRPA as a person who is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident obliges to apply a visa under section 11 of the IRPA to enter Canada with a specific purpose in mind, such as to travel or to live here permanently. This is done by submitting an application. immigration officer assessed application on the basis of background checks, such as police record checks, medical examinations, and other investigations to determine whether the applicant is both eligible and not inadmissible under the relevant class or subclass before considering. On the other hand, Inadmissible person is the one who is not allowed to come or immigrate to Canada. An officer must have reasonable grounds to believe that the allegations against the person are true. “Reasonable grounds” is a lower standard of proof than the civil standard of proof on a balance of probabilities. Admissibility is one of many factors that is always assessed by a visa officer. A foreign national may be inadmissible to Canada for past criminal convictions, organized criminality, human or international rights violations and many more. There are legal ways to overcome inadmissibility to Canada.
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Individuals can be found to be inadmissible on the following grounds:
Those include subversion, espionage, terrorism, danger to the security of Canada or violence, or taking part in an organization involved in such activities.
human or international rights violations
Those include crimes against humanity, genocide, war crimes, engages or engaged in terrorism, , subject to international sanctions. Also, they include government senior officials that took part in systematic or gross human rights violations
Under (IRPA, s 36(1)(a)) include offence convicted in or outside Canada which a term of imprisonment of more than six months and a maximum of ten years’ imprisonment imposed. it can make a person inadmissible to Canada on criminal grounds.
under section 36(2) of IRPA If one committed or was convicted of a minor or serious crime which include driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, theft, assault, manslaughter, dangerous driving, possession of or trafficking in drugs or controlled substances etc.
Under section 37 of the IRPA, a member of an organization that have been engaged in activity to smuggle people, Human trafficking, organized criminal activity, money laundering etc.
under section 38(1) of the IRPA Medical inadmissibility to Canada may if the health condition is likely to put in danger public safety or public health or cause Excessive demands on health or social services.
under section 39 of the IRPA, Applicants who are unable to support financially themselves and their family members may be inadmissible to Canada on financial grounds. Some programs required a specific amount of funds that an applicant must prove to get a Canadian temporary or permanent residence visa.
Withholding information, giving false information, or sending false documents related to the immigration process can result in denial of entry and immigration ban to enter Canada for 5 years, and removal from Canada.
cessation of refugee protection
Under section 40.1 if a Foreign nationals and permanent residents whose refugee protection “ceases” will become inadmissible. This generally requires the minister to make an application to the RPD of the IRB under section 108 of the Act.
failure to comply with the IRPA
Section 41 applicant will become inadmissible If the person has fail to appear for an examination or fail to appear in hearing and many other specific requirement of immigration law and regulations set out by IRPA .
inadmissible family member
Under section 42 a person may be inadmissible as a result of accompanying family member or the non-accompanying family member is inadmissible for the most serious Reasons under section 34, Section 35, or Section 37
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